Warming spiciness at first, with rich, ripe stone fruit and a delicate smokiness.
The peat really kicks in on the palate, with an earthy smokiness, well supported by spicy notes from the oak. Softness arrives in the form of peach and orange notes, while a savoury nuttiness adds an extra layer of flavour.
The peat and oak dominate, with a pleasant maritime smokiness.
The typical Yoichi robust, peaty flavour is present and correct. Slightly savoury, with a good level of complexity with the spice, oak and peat.