Nose : a slightly chemical peat (burnt plastic) alongside caramel and cotton candy. The sweet aspect then blends with the crowd to let more coastal salt and lemon spout. Finally, cereals and spices annex themselves to the lot. Interesting and multi-scale without being of an insane complexity.
Mouth : The lead is feisty, which masks the flavors. The vigorous peat (chemical burnt) is linked to milk chocolate, a bit of malt and a lot of candy sugar. We also have more vegetal touches that appear once the fire has calmed down. The water appeases it and makes it more desirable with a more maritime and lemony approach. Too bad, there still is a too strong artificial sugar presence.
Finish : The intensity rapidly decreases to rejoin its smoky, salty bed and its candy sugar dose. We also find a small vegetal bitterness in the aftertaste.