Sweet vanilla, buttered corn, light amount of charred oak.
The idea is to maximize that peat and amp up the Islay and Island smokiness of the final dram.
Someday I hope to taste this, but I won't be buying any of it prior.
It bears no age statement.
Although discontinued during the war due to shortage of blending stocks, the label was reintroduced in 1992, with a blend based upon the original blending notes left by Sir Alexander seventy-five years earlier.