So heavily peated in the taste that it reminds me of Islay peat. Sweet sponge cake alongside the vanilla. It is this sweetness that lingers off in the finish alongside some white fruits. The peat is more heathery here, and is now more like Highland peat.
It´s a bit simple, but the balance is good. It is always a balance when you want to make a heavily peated whisky, but in this case, I think I would have sacrificed some of the peat for a bit more maturation time. Still a fine dram though. I will give this 84/100 (21/21/21/21).