There are plenty of things in the world that cannot be fully explained. One such peculiarity has emerged from the peat bogs of Islay, Said to be a feisty young creature, witnesses have spoken of its formidable bite.
Senses are heightened with each encounter. First comes an intense aroma of cracked black pepper, mingling with sappy pine resin and the sharp tang of smoke. Suddenly, the explosive mouthfeel bursts forth with chocolate, creosote and tar. Savoury meats sink into the palate, before the long salthy mouth-coating finish slinks away.