It is like frenchkissing an ashtray and loving it!
iodine, seaweed, salt, big fat lumps of smoky peat, wet burned ashes and charcoal, phenolic
a bit sharp the first moment, but than all of its smokiness reveals itselves. Peat mixed with smoke of burnt wood and wet cigars (if this makes sense), a faint touch of oak followed by a stronger sensation of salt, with in the background just a little touch of vanilla sweetness and, finally, in the throat some salty liquorice
long and smoky, ash, with some smoked nutts in the end to give it just a little sweet note at the very end.