Nose: Peaty and peppery. Some lemon, hints of banana essence and possibly pear drops. Some salt and maritime hints (brine, seaweed, wet sand). Faint hints of sherry.
Palate: Pepper and peat again. Fairly briny. Lemon. Slightly ashy. A vague sherried sweetness. Quite oily.
Finish: Fairly non-descript immediately, but a little lemon and vanilla and some peppery, ashy notes come through after a few seconds. A soft, fruity peatiness brings up the rear.
The nose is decent enough but the palate and finish don't really match it. Still, it's pretty decent for supermarket fare and it has a definite southern-Islay feel to it, so might be worth a cheap punt.