It definately needs some time, then things get more powerful and more varied, with also more smoke.
Subtle peat, some rubber, ripe apples, red fruits, prunes. Some spiciness, some woodsmoke. After some time, more alcohol,more peat and even a more farmy character come in.
Pretty smooth, only a little sparkle, spicy, pepper, with a sour edge underneath. Some tobacco now, prunes. Later on a more creamy structure. Later on, the smoke comes more to the foreground.
Still smooth, more smoke and ash now, although not very dominant. Also some spiciness, and berries. Later on it gets more warming, a bit drying, and pretty long, some licorice wood.