rj18158 says on August 22, 2021
It's powerful & distinctly peaty; I struggle to initially sense much beyond the smoke - very pale, "white wine" in colour with slow running legs down the Glencairn. I thought some smoked foods, earthy & solid, yet warming & light - the peat is prominent. Its a beautiful Islay whisky - enjoyed it a lot. Absolutely recommend & if you can, compare with a Lagavulin 16.
Not medicinal; very mossy & earthy, obvoiusly smoky but pleasantly so. Light, maybe a hint of citrus ?? A small hint of a new leather belt ???
The "flavour map", has this as Smoky & Light - it is soft, tasty balanced & sweet, reminiscent of some smoked foods??
The 46% shows some benign spices 👍
Sulphur came to mind - but NOT harsh - primarily smoky & sweet & a medium length. Theres an aged wood hint, sprinkled lighty with salt.