Ha! It wasn't unpeated at all, just a sneaky peat! An interesting whisky, no doubt.
The bourbon barrel sets the tone: vanilla, toffee, butterscotch, calvados, canned fruits, peanut butter, salt, a little dirty
Sweet with a lot of ginger, salt, burnt cream, toffee, peanuts, apple and actually light peat (at Glen Scotia this is called sneaky peat)
Salt, oak wort, ginger, alcoholic sweetness