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Nose: thick peat and smoke upfront, black forrest fruits, pine tree sap, buttery, chilli, seaweed, slightly medicinal, campfire ash, oily olives, some plasters.
Palate: Oily, Peat and Smoke hit, salt, chilli, dried orange peels, lemmon rind, fresh oysters (good ones) oils, tar, slightly medicinal, clove and other spice.
Finish: Peat and smoke slowly taper out, chili, freshly ground oils from green olives, the peat is rich, distinct taste of fresh oysters again, grassy zestiness.
This is just an Excellent whisky. In the endless debate on which ardbeg is better out of the oogy and the corry I prefer the corry by just a smidgen. Though they are both very different.