This is a cask strength distillery release from Tobermory that is finished in Manzanilla casks.
Sweet honey, caramel. Pralines, honey roasted nuts. Really sweet nose with vanilla bean and a whole lot of raisin bread. No smoke, but there is some minerality and light salinity.
Honey roasted peanuts, fresh baked bread. Honey, salt and brine, light earthiness and minerality. Faint heat. Lemon, peach, pear. Not syrupy but the wine is there - although faint.
Long, but more earthy and smoke forward. Some ash here, burning wood, light earthiness. Honey, lemon, peach and a final hit of smoldering, earthy peat. Not a peat bomb by any stretch but compared to the nose and the palate, there is far more ash and stone and much less sweetness.
I didn't really know what to think of this. I found the transition to be pretty hash and disjointed, but also enjoyed that we started sweet and ended smoky. Not the top of the charts, but well above average.