N: More smokey than peaty. P: Really smokey, salty, dry. Very big aggressive attack. F: Here's where the spicier peat starts to emerge, still quite dry. It's pretty clear that Lagavulin knows what they are doing when they vat their 16 year. This is great stuff, but it needs some additional sweetness to balance it out and the percentage of sherry cask whisky they add to the 16 does that perfectly.