A well rounded dram whether you like to add water or not. A longer finish with a bit more oak would have been nice. Some people want to tell you that this is a Lagavulin and yes, sometimes you get the impression that is is similar to a Lagavulin. But I wouldn't bet on it for a long time yet.
Take it as a typical Islay malt, nicely matured in a sherry cask for a very reasonable price.
Peat smoke develops after a moment with light strawberry behind it. Even though it has a nice color it is not that far on the sherry side. You feel the alcohol but it is rather mild in the nose for 56,9%.
With added water you get hints of banana and lose a bit of the smoke.
Again, mild for the alcohol content. You get a smoky, sweet sherry fruityness.
Short with almost no sign of oak.