I really like the nose on this. It's peppery and herbal with the smoky mezcal notes that you sometimes get on young peated whiskies. Compared to that full nose, the palate is a bit thin. It's got lots of that Talisker style peppery peat along with a squeeze of lemon, but it's got little in the way of mouthfeel; it feels thin and dissipates quickly. The finish is suitably peated.
This is a fun and bold whisky, but it's very young. You can't expect much complexity in a five year old, and it doesn't deliver much, but it's certainly worth trying.