According to the bottler and distillery, it is a Tobermory distillate, which was incorrectly filled into an Ex Ledaig Bourbon Cask immediately afterwards.
As a result, the whisky is actually not peaty and smoky.
It was only through the long storage in the smoky, peaty cask that these aromas were added.
Plus a lot of vanilla, toffee, and coconut from the Bourbon Cask.
Plus lots of fruit, light and dark, red berries, plus coastal and saltiness.
Overall, the dirty aromas typical of Tobermory are largely missing, i.e. only a very small amount of engine oil, ash, and the like.
Very balanced and complex overall structure.
Very tasty and recommendable.