The best one word description would be elegant. It is smooth, forward, and full flavored with hints of wood, herbs, oranges, and only a hint of smoke. This goes down very easy. It is a pleasure to drink, but this isn't near the top of my favorites list for Scottish Whisky. And at the price ($200), it's not likely to make the list.
My three favorites remain Lagavulin 16 year old, Highland Park 18 year old and Rosebank 16 year old - all half the price of the Blue Label.