Nose: Very perfumed in style. with citrus, lemongrass and floral notes, malted barley, vanilla and almond paste, A touch of musty yet somehow clean funk joins the fray, exhibitingÂ notes of petroleum jelly, peat and Fishermans Friend. It is kind of like you went crazy blending Earl Grey withÂ lemon-ginger and peppermint teabags all in one cup of tea.
Palate: Oily, lightly peaty, and floral with a fruity citrus zing and a touch of minerality. Pear drops, lemon flavoured honey straws, crystallized ginger and other sweet fruit and floral tones arrive before a mint and other herbal notes join in – like a very watered down version of Green Chartreuse.
Finish: mint, citrus and a very light touch of earth and peat smoke and a dash of salt in a soft, slightly drying fade.