A very Islay profile, very peaty that leaves me marble (I'm not a fan of Islays). It may be a good peat burnt for those who appreciate this kind of profile, which is not my case.
Tasted "blind" under the WDTS.
A big peaty nose. Burnt leather, black smoke. A little sea air in the background. Crude oil. Very quickly the strength of this peat is reduced and it becomes softer; leaving to discover green grass.
A little ether, a strong alcoholic attack. A hint of lemon and a few plants in the middle of this phenolic flood.
The tongue and the throat ignite. Ouch! If there is anything else, it is obscured by the fire and the burnt rubber.