It arrives quickly, and leaves quickly.
I'm just glad I only tried it at a SMWS bar, and didn't spend money on it, cause it's not worth it.
Quite peaty, most like, yes, a barbecue. Hint of sweet fruits and/or honeyed vanilla in the background.
Adding water didn't do much though, the peat was still intense, but the subtle sweetness quickly drowned.
Peaty like we're at Caol Ila, yet not. It's quite its own. Again, hints of fresh fruits, pears, red apples, possibly some grapes, and honey mixed with vanilla.
With water: sweetness subsides, but the peat remains.
Quite short, even the peat doesn't hang around long. A wee hint of oak appears, but quickly dissapates.
With water: doesn't help. At all.