The nose on this is malt and fruit juice with some light peat. The palate begins with a pure, sweet, malty flavor with some grass then some slight sherry. Midpalate the peat sets in. For a fairly light peating level, the peat is noticeable throughout, though it doesn't dominate. Malt is the key characteristic here. It's not an overly complex malt, but not an unpleasant one either. A good, light drinker.
N: Bright and sharp, dry white wine, whiffs of apple pie, bread, flowers, and lemon. P: Initially punchy and organic, but gets rather weak / watery once you get about halfway down the glass. F: Sweet lemon water. Starts out well but the more interesting aspects fade too quickly.