NOSE : The smokey peat comes up first, but much lighter than most Islay whiskies. Underneath the smoke are some very wonderful notes of strawberry, burned corn, iodine and anise, but strangely enough I didn’t really pick up much malt.
TASTE : There’s that delightful smokey peat up first, but like the nose it’s a rather light peat. Next to the smoke are some notes of vanilla, honey, brine, light fruit and of course malt.
FINISH : The long finish has a nutty characteristic that is filled with peat and malt. (thewhiskyjug.com)