Appearance: Raisin brown with a light brown head.
Nose: Fresh sea salt, burnt caramel, toffee, and fig marmalade, followed by a rich honey on toast aroma. Continue to dig deeper and liquorice, plums, and raisins follow, with just a hint of peat smoke.
Taste: Immediately the tastes of the rolling Glens of the Scottish Highlands will come to mind — rich warming grains, sweet honey, pecans and a hint of alcohol. Right after will come the lapping waves on a rain-battered North sea island — the gentle smoke of a peat campfire, the smell of the sea on a cold night, exotic liquorice, and a cracked black pepper spiciness to finish up.