Peaty and earthy, the Ben Nevis spreads on the first sip on the palate. White pepper creates a subtle sharpness on the tongue, dark and spicy wood tones combine with slightly musty and earthy moder. The initially very subtle smoke aroma becomes more intense and dominant, old walnuts fall into freshly squeezed lemon juice, creamy and soft spicy wood tones spread on the tongue. Sant and soft the second sip flows over the tongue, sweetness and fruit play together before decent sharpness spreads on the tongue again. Chubby warmth floods the entire mouth area, here and there the alcohol shows its powerful side. Chubby warm with tart earth and wood tones, the taste slowly turns into the aftertaste.