As expected, this older baby is less in your face and, to be honest, much more complex and subtle. The first aromas are pretty similar but many tinier notes do develop over time, especially all what comes from ageing coastal peat, that is to say camphor, putty, plasticine, almonds, old coal stove, shellfish, old motor oil, waxed papers, ink, chimney ashes, seaweed. No need to say that this nose is brilliant. there are more tropical fruits than in any earlier expressions, we're starting to experience what can be found in old Laphroaigs, for example. It's fabulous whisky, no doubt!