Conclusion: mmmmh, what should I think of it? He is delicious, very tasty and damn sweet, too sweet for me. The finish itself is too strong here, the PX has taken complete control and leaves the distillate hardly a chance. I would have taken him out of the barrel earlier.
typical, slightly ashy Ardbeg smoke, plus the very dominant sweetness of PX-Sherry, dark raisins, some nut chocolate, plum jam, clear oak tannins, candied orange, and a dash of lemon juice
At the first sip, the PX dominates everything else, only later can the smoke prevail, very oily, overall velvety and very sweet
medium to long, first the fat and all-pervading sweetness, when it slowly dies down, the smoke and some maritime flavors come out, behind comes the oak, brings some bitterness and a few spices (subtle clove and nutmeg)