Jhender4 says on October 23, 2021
nose gets you an initial hit of peat, then this red fruit sweetness, the port is evident right at the end of nosing. palate starts out sweet, getting more port then the sherry (more raspberries and strawberries than raisins and figs), then the phenolic peat comes in. the finish starts with that phenol peat, then it gets into vanilla before finishing up with the figs and ruby port in a fun finish that keeps going and keeps switching between the two flavor profiles. I love peat'n'sweet, and this is both taken to an extreme I really enjoy.