Very strong young Islay whisky. According to the picture it should be a Laphroaig. But hardly has the classic medicinal, phenolic aromas for this. Would have guessed a Caol Ila blindly from the flavors. Although I would have missed out on the maritime components. In general, the smoke dominates here very clearly, which goes in the direction of warm coal fire and tar. Very dry, which in turn goes well with Laphroaig. Personally, I like that very much, although the price is a bit too high. 50 to 60 euros would have been appropriate.
PS: You shouldn't expect complexity monsters here, but this whisky is definitely a real peat bomb!