More fruity in the taste, and a bit of peat and saltiness mixes in. A bit of dried- and a bit of tropical fruits. The oak is more dominant in the finish. Hints of the sweetness from the fruits as well alongside the vanilla and marzipan sweetness.
It is a fine dram, but just above average, and just average compared to other Bruichladdich expressions. Still enjoyed it, and it goes great with a lager or brown ale. I will give this 84/100 (21/21/21/21).