With a name like "Curiositas", how can you not be curious. In my quest to try every whiskey contained in the pages of "101 Whiskies to Try Before You Die" by Ian Burton, I picked up this bottle.
The curiosity of this bottle is that it is both a Speyside and heavily peated. That is to say, it is a Speyside that drinks like an Islay. The nose and foretaste here is all smoke and peat. Sadly, peat is pretty much all this bottle has going for it. There's little other dynamic here to speak of, the "base" is a bore. The only advantage that brings is that the finish is very smooth.
I know some Scotch-drinkers who might find this bottle a lot more interesting that I did, but even for them, I would suggest a Laphroiag or Caol Ila before I ever suggested this.