My first impression is that the nose is a little distant, you really have to get your nose into the glass and take your time with this one.
There is a little maritime peat and I suppose what you would call the classic 60`s Bowmore fruit salad profile.
Mango, hints of pineapple, apple, nectarine and orange juice but only hints.
Nosing it for a few minutes the peat does grow a little but the fruit overpowers it.
Finally a few wisps of smoke
The first thing to say there is a really deep fruit note, pineapple nectarine, fresh pineapple, stewed fruit and its really excellent but it is fighting with a dry ashy peat note and some woody bitterness.
It then gets creamy with a few sponge cake notes and the peat really starts to grow in the mouth , now the fruit is in the background.
It is a see saw battle but on a balance perspective it works well but the woody bitter notes docs this one a few points and it is a little too dry for my liking, still a nice dram with lots to go at.
Decent length with fruit lessening at the end the dry note remaining but by the finish not as pronounced.