Nose of sweet peat, BBQ and campfire smoke, cotton candy, soy sauce, hints of Twizzlers. Very nice palate... like that's exactly what I think, "Very Nice." Delivers on what you'd kind of expect from the palate, though a bit of an atypical Laphroaig, lacking many of the medicinal aspects. Packs a nice kick of flavor, without being a full kick in the crotch. Finish continues the theme, with the BBQ and campfire smoke returning after a few moments for a tasty encore.
Great nose of peat and rich sherry. The palate has dry peat with a bit of a soapy note and there's a long, peaty finish. The sherry from the nose isn't readily apprent on the palate but it's slightly noticeable on the finish.
n: Roasted pecans and nutmeg. An old room with antique furniture. (like visiting a house museum from the 1700s.) Great nose (unless you hate history)
p: A tad astringent, as if the cask gave the spirit some off notes. The peat mostly exerts itself in the saltiness as the wood overshadows it. It's a bit like grinding old furniture to make coffee but not getting to add sugar. The finish is long and you may be exhaling oak for 15 minutes.