Based on a sample.
Not peaty at first impression but a clear note of gunpowder. Swirling reveals everything else. For a moment I thought I had a rare unpeated Caol Ila in my glass, as it is a mellow peater. Anyhow there's also wood smoke, ash, glazed ham, red apple, grapefruit, tangerine, kiwi, maple syrup, milk chocolate, caramel popcorn, oak, old leather saddle and at the end, gunpowder again. Not my favourite note as you might have understood by now. Luckily not too much, just enough to tolerate.
A big arrival that instantly coats. Gunpowder again, although not that annoying anymore. Then also peat, smoked bacon, iodine, grapefruit, kiwi, assorted chocolate, salted caramel, cinnamon bun, heather honey, wood polish and cough syrup. Interwoven, complex and drinkable for its ABV. Doesn't need water but you could always play with that. I did miss the fruits that were more present on the nose though. The salty tang made up for that.
The finish goes on and on. Peat, smoked bacon, ash, ripe banana, cookie dough, chocolate and caramel.