The peat is more dominant in the taste. Creamy vanilla peat with just a hint of citrus in the background. The grass has turned to hay, and that is what is most dominant in the finish. Some oak and white fruits as well. Oak spices and apples.
Not that complex, but the balance is fine. Young and vibrant, yet older than 10 years so it doesn’t feel under-matured. A very straightforward honest dram from Bruichladdich. Definitely value for money! I will give this 86/100 (21/22/22/21).