Thanks to WB member Mr. Sandwich for the sample!
Ahh, sal-ammoniac, my old friend. How I like it when you are present in a peaty whisky! Some leather, and greasy, oily bits. Sourdough bread, and soft touches of varnish. Appealing, enchanting even, but an odd dryness hangs about I can't pin down.
The body is a bit lackluster at first but comes together nicely after the tongue has drawn in enough peat. Wonderfully round now, with a present, oily peatiness and BBQ sauce, and some touches of red wine and taffy. Sal-ammoniac comes in after a moment, as well as noticeable sooty ashiness. Works well for me.
Drying. A mix of ashy sherry notes and sal-ammoniac. A bourbony sweetness in the tail.