Nose: Aye, there be peat in here! Delicious, slightly vegetal, seaweedy peat as well as oatcakes. There's sweetness too with a just a hint of gummy bear and some golden syrup.
Palate: Rich porridge oats and demerara sugar, gone are the dry oatcakes. Glorious (and definitely seaweedy rather than vegetal now) peat is ever present.
Finish: Long lasting and mouth filling, changing now to golden barley and hobnobs as well as... well I'll let you guess (it starts with 'P').
Overall: It does exactly what it says on the tin, or the label rather - top notch, rich peaty whisky that's from the Isle of Mull, not Islay!