Too bad it's such a hype, because great whisky deserves to be known for there taste and not for a nice packaging.
Some nice apples, the red ones. The fruit is very creamy. The sherry casks are not very active. Some salt and minerals.
On the palate it is much more obvious an island whisky. The minerals are more pronounced. Wood smoke, at first on the background and with time it grows. Still fruity, thick and creamy.
Some nice spices such as cinnamon, some ginger/nutmeg and warm apples with chilly.
More smoke, but still this ain't a very peaty whisky.