Rather light-bodied, and in my opinion it would have benefited much from staying some extra years in the cask, as I felt that the whisky didn't carry its high ABV of 53% all that well (the alcohol not being as well integrated as it could have been). All in all, a very enjoyable dram from nose to finish.
Fruits (pear), spices, vanilla, butter, a clear presence of oak, flowery nectar, fruit-infused sweet malt, dried red fruits (almost reminiscent of sherry?), buttery caramel, fresh leather, lots of unburnt peat, a mineral-like touch, a whiff of tobacco (smoke), a mild saltiness and some coconut.
Much more fresh and zesty than the nose suggested (very pleasantly so), cream , vanilla, oak, tobacco (smoke), some chocolate, jelly beans (in a very positive way) and some digestive biscuits in there as well.
Medium in length - tobacco smoke, oak, vanilla, dried red fruits, unburnt peat and a lovely butteriness towards the very end.