Immediately peaty - somewhat reminiscent of Lagavulin. Salty, apples, vanilla and caramel. Sweet balance beneath the peat.
The taste is more reminiscent of Laphroaig, but woody - slightly over its due date. Peppery and spicy. Some bitterness. Warming and filling.
It gets better and more balanced with some time in the glass.
Medium-long. Spices, wood. Leaves a slightly fishy undertone behind, as well as some bitterness.