Distillery undisclosed, as is the aging regimen, though it appears to be an all-bourbon cask bottling. A nose of shortbread cookies and a touch of lemony furniture polish kicks things off. The peat here has been dialed down to a low simmer, smoldering in the nostrils as you dig into the palate. Here, tons of fruit — again, lots of lemon — come to the fore immediately. A strong peach note also emerges alongside notes of nougat and a slightly piney character. The finish is clean and refreshing, just barely emblematic of Islay, but exotic and beautiful all the same.