Nose is phenolic with sugar cane, iodine, and hints of oceanic stuff (sand/salt/seashells). Bubblegum. Enticing. The musty aspect I find in many Ardbegs isn't particularly here. Palate -- yep, that's a tasty whisky. Somewhat more medicinal than an arguably typical Ardbeg, with a savory aspect like burnt steak fat. Mildly sweet. Finish continues the theme at length, with white pepper and ash becoming most prevalent. A tasty peat treat with a sugary undercurrent wrapped in something sorta antiseptic.
Nose: peat and chimney smoke. That autumnal smell of someone having a fire in the neighborhood when it starts to cool off. Palate: sweet malt and peat with some citrus and fresh apple cider. Finish: Peat smoke.