fonefan (48622) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUN 7, 2012
Pinball (12060) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - MAY 23, 2012
Clear medium yellow orange colour with a small to average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white to white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toasted - caramel, moderate to heavy smoke, peat, wood smoke. Flavour is moderate to heavy sweet and moderate bitter with a long long duration, initial just smoke smoke and smoke, wood and dry, later i did also get light yeast and fruit in the back ground. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. Fun beer but to smokey to me ;O) 
clear yellow, small white head. Heavy smoked and peated burnt woody malts. Flavor is smoked malts, burnt wood, charchoal, aftertaste is loads of extreme charred woody charchoal. besides the smoked notes, flowery syruppy fruity notes. Most smoked flamethrower charred beer i ever had Theis (15152) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 20, 2012
Bottle at Den Tatoverede Enke. Clear golden/amber - offwhite head. 100% peated malts. Fruity. Smokey. High smokey. Ok malty sweetness. Grassy. Iod. Nice. okains (1) - NEW ZEALAND - APR 24, 2012 does not count
As a 62 year old beer drinker originating from the Netherlands and an enthusiastic Belgian beer drinker I can say that this is easily the foulest stuff I ever smelled or tasted Wombata (623) - Kobe, JAPAN - APR 12, 2012
Aroma: Smoky peat, whiskey-like but without the alcohol burn, bandaids, woody earth.
Palate: Smooth, almost weightless mouth feel that is almost ethereal.
Flavor: Brief note of honey quickly swamped by a tsunami of smoky peat. Finishes with grilled flavors and notes of barbeque.
Comments: As if the Red Rackham, which I loved, wasn’t wacky enough, this one takes the cake. But, don’t be afraid; just approach with care. Though just about everyone says it’s too over-the-top, I like that it has the character of whiskey without the weight or alcohol burn. Also, the palate is brilliant. This could blend very nicely with a stout; or, after an evening of tasting a lot of imperial stouts, this would make a good night cap. As is, it’s an acquired taste. I would try it again though.
omega (900) - NEW ZEALAND - APR 7, 2012
I think this beer has calmed down a little since my last taste. For Islay drinkers only this beer is a love hate which is why I think this beer scores so poorly. Last time I had this beer I fished the empty bottle out of the bin so I could sniff the malty goodness. I probably have scored this beer higher overall because I like that I like it when so many people hate it.
walkingstd (20) - - MAR 13, 2012
Amazing aroma. Smoked peat, charcoal nose. Ruined the taste buds on my tongue. I couldn't drink more than half a bottle. Unpleasant taste left in mouth and stings the nose! Interesting concept, but what's the point if you can't enjoy your drink?
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone sunevdj (4084) - Copenhagen OE, DENMARK - FEB 23, 2012
Bottle at Te Anau. Pours a clear golden with a white head. Smells of peated whisky. Mellow sweet- and dryness. Aromas of peated malts and some leather. Medium bodied. Medium to soft carbonation. Dry leathery finish. Grant1 (2) - Wellington, NEW ZEALAND - JAN 5, 2012 does not count
Unique, exactly has everyone has said - the smoke and iodine of a fabulous single malt from Islay.
A real pleasure to find something different. OJB (39) - Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND - DEC 31, 2011
The colour was medium amber gold, and there was medium carbonation and a light creamy head. The aroma had very strong peaty smoky wood, and light malt crispness. The flavour had light citrus and hop flavours and a very intense smoky charcoal woody finish. This was a very unusual style totally dominated by smoky wood like some styles of malt whisky I have tried (Laphroaig), not sure if I totally like it but unusual and interesting.