The nose just explodes in peat, smoke and bacon, then you get the fruit, like an orchard buried in peat. Pretty soon your nose has gotten used to the peat explosion and you're getting pears, plums and grapes, maybe even some floral notes. The palate is softer than you would expect from the nose. The peat is thick and sharp and comes on first. Once you acclimate to it, the sherry notes are sweet, but not too intense and without any trace of sulfur. Despite the proof, it doesn't feel too strong. The finish is well balanced between the strong peat notes and the sweetness of the sherry.
Strawberries grilled on a campfire, burnt marshmallows and iodine, with a paltic note throughout. This is peppery and fruity. A savoury whisky full of fruit and coastal flavours. I really enjoyed this! [B+, almost A-]