Aged in a White Oak Puncheon cask.
- Nose: Peat and smoke, Gouda cheese, Herbs, sweet tropical fruits, ashy fire place
- Mouth: Medical, peat, smoke, subtle herbs and flower nectar
- Finish: Long'ish, peat, smoke, dry and sweet
Comments: The peaty Yamazaki works excellent! And the peat isn't overpowering to the more subtle Yamazaki flavors out of the white oak cask. Very well worth trying if you run across a peated Yamazaki.