Hugely herbal, marine, yeasty, farmy, and savory nose, with onions, cow dung, olive brine, seaweed, clams/oysters and sweet peat. Coastal, crystalline and unadulterated. Very autumnal and smoke-forward. Perhaps some additional vanillin and nuttiness in the background.
Peppery and spicy on the palate, with some sweetness: honeyed herbal cough lozenges. Also: smoked fish and quite some farminess. Good if you're into straight peat, but not overly complex. Finishes on pepper and herbal peat smoke.
I see how you could ramble on about this approximating the "essence" of Caol Ila or something like that, but I find this a tad too straightforward and simple. Nice enough, but nothing special in my book.