The nose has tropical fruit. The palate is pure peaty Laphroaig with a very light fruitiness that stays on the palate for the finish, but the nasal exhale of the finish is pure peat. If this was indeed, aged in a sherry cask, it must have been used multiple time as there is almost no sherry character, but it's quite good as a straight forward Laphroaig...tastes like something that could have been a distillery bottling.
Dried pineapple with light phenols and strong dose of paper ash peat initially. Charred vanilla and black raisin middle. Bubblegum sweetness at tail end. Nicely rounded with a good balance between the phenols, peat, and sweetness. I liked that this kept the distillery character. [B/B+]