Type: Single Malt
Score: 84 points
Just 244 bottles of this peated French single malt from the Brittany coast were produced, and even though it’s just three years and four months old, it compares well to many young Islay malts. The nose is full of peat, with tar and heathery notes. The taste starts off peaty and peppery, then fades slowly to reveal notes of maple syrup The finish is lingering, and this malt holds up well with a splash of water.