BillShannon says on April 1, 2020
The nose is mild motor oil; earthy, boggy moss. Some plastic and fusel burn. Just a hint of band-aid.
The peat breaks through in the initial taste, where it joins a white pepper and shaker salt combo; you can almost taste the individual salt granules. There is a prickly spiciness to it that is reminiscent of star anise.
The fresh cut tobacco comes in at the end, merging with the smoky peat and that salt/pepper combo that just keeps coming. I adore this Scotch.