The peat is most noticeable in the taste and again, with time it's power will be tamed a bit.
The finish is the most obvious sign of youth, as it's rather fiery. Some extra years will probably result in more balance here.
The nose is mildly peaty, and rather green. The peat is damp, saline and mossy but it doesn't overpower. Then there is menthol, green apple, grass, green banana, green melon. Then there is lemon, honey, and a start of a vanilla creaminess.
Full-bodied, rather coating and a tad less complex than on the nose. The peat is more pronounced, again with a damp, mossy and briny touch. Also it reminds of plaster and bicycle tube. Gradually it develops on honey, icing sugar, green and red apple, and green banana. Gets spicier towards the finale.
Moderate, quite hot on chili pepper and ginger. They tame the peat, which is much more subdued now. It is complemented by lemon juice and some menthol again.