Obviously, this is really young. The nose is new makey with buttered popcorn. The palate is bold and peaty with a touch of sweetness, and all of that sweet peat carries into a nice, long finish. This is surprisingly good considering its age. It could easily pass for a Kilchoman or a young Ardbeg. It still has a lot of new make notes, but it's got a lot going for it. It's good now, but it has huge potential. I hope someone holds onto a few casks of it, because I'd love to try it in 10 or 20 years.