Lagavulin House of Lannister
Metallic bronze which can be described as a wheat field at dusk, a Reno sunset on a smoky day, honeyed amber, ashen maple yellow or dark raw honey.
Thin and wispy fumes with hints of dust, grass, hay, banana, caramel, oak, tobacco, vanilla and leather.
Whereas the nose was thin and wispy, the flavor beams forth with smoke, cream, vanilla, caramel, charred licorice, lemon, honey and of course salt.
A nice long finish containing all of the flavors smoke, cream, vanilla, caramel, charred licorice, lemon, honey and salt.
It's a bit harsh of a dram that warms up after the initial sip becoming a mellow Lagavulin. Its beautifully balanced with robust character.