I think this however requires more than a sample to reveal itself. Neat it is OK, but not very expressive, water does miracles but too much kills it, so this needs experimentation to be fully discovered.
Tight and a bit closed to start with.
Peat fire, ash and cured meat.
Quite strong alc, and a zesty sweetness.
Water transform this into something totally different.
Peat as well as meat resides to an almost unnoticeable level and gives way to a variety of exotic yellow fruit.
Kiwi, lychee, carambola, mandarin zest. Absolutely magical.
Oily. Spicy hot.
Initially mainly sweet smoke/peat.
Water reduces the hotness quickly. Same as on the nose the bolder flavours reside and the fruit comes forward, although not to the same extent.
Long lingering peat with a spicy hotness.
Water kills off too much of the spice and the finish becomes considerably shorter.