I wrote down that it smelled like a peated whiskey from Cooley distillery (note: I'm very unfamiliar with Irish whiskies), but that it seemed too peated for that. I.e. the distillery character is clearly noticeable in this one, but it is indeed more peaty than the one I know already, the Connemara Cask Strength.
Candy upfront: Hard yellow marshmallow (schuimblokken), sugar candy 'necklaces' and wine gums. Peat and peach. Then whiffs of caramel, milk chocolate, salt and something like a garage (car polish and/or motor oil). With water a little vanilla and malt.
The hard marshmallows again. Lime wine gums, Tumtums, peat, peach, chocolate and salt. Water brings out a little cardboard.
Peat, marshmallow, dark chocolate, lime, peach and cigar boxes.