The nose is on dried figs, flowers and soft peat. The balance between the spirit and the cask is very even and this works well. On the palate the peat is more prominent and the sherry retreats a bit to reassert itself in the finish. The soapy notes I often find in Edradour/Ballechin are present but less distracting than usual, which is a good thing.
If you like Edradour’’s profile, you will like this. You are getting exactly what it says on the bottle for a decent price.