The resulting malt is wonderfully weird, unique and confusing. It has a minimal wine influences, and the sherry finish feels like more of a refill sherry. It surely is a Dufftown, with floral and grassy undertones, but the Islay malt (I'm guessing a young Laph, I mean, Williamson) gives it tons of coastal and smoky notes.
I'd argue it's essentially a blended malt. Perhaps disjointed, but the uniqueness alone grants it a couple of bonus points for me.
Seaweed, cola, stonefruits, lime, bonfire ash on beach, grilled berries
Seaweed, strawberries, lime juice, some stonefruits, slightly metallic, milk-like texture
Vegetal peat, faintly winey, some chocolate, residual smoke, average long, slightly hoppy