* The water opens it more into the sweet-acid, but kills the beautiful smoky peat. So in my opinion, rather without water.
Pleasant, rounded, smoked peat. There is a bit of sweetness from the background (evokes some wine), which is interestingly combined with smoked meat and smoke. Some synths typical of Big Peat. Salt. Even some oranges peek out.
Sharp, smoked, there is already a full smoke base. In taste surprisingly heavier, dense. After a while the synthetics smell again. Coal (not a charge like Ardbeg, but it is definitely here). The sweetness is still holding.
Rather shorter, smoked, coal.