On first instance, this Ledaig (because it is) throws a burnt plastic aroma "in your face". It's really heavily peated for sure. Charred wood, burnt rubber, and cigarette ash. When you get past this wall of burnt stuff you find a pretty deep, sweet, vanilla aroma. Smoked ham (I find this in my Ledaig's, actually) and some woodspices like cinnamon and a little hint of coconut top it off.
If you like peat, but feel like something different from the usual Islay peat we all know (and probably love), then this is a fair bet. Great peaty moment. Definitely a quality malt.