The nose, not surprisingly, is young, peated malt. The palate is very sweet with lots of peat. There's a slight bitterness late in the palate and into the finish which counteracts the sweetness, and it finishes with lots of nice peat on the nose. It's five year old Caol Ila, and that's exactly what it tastes like.
Very very faint color. Nice smoke, one dimensional, what you would expect for a 5yr Caol Ila honestly. On the tongue, actually a little more oak than I was expecting, but at the end of the day the peat shines through. [3/4/15]