Thanks, I got the decanter off Amazon for around $15, pretty solid and cool looking. The peat in this Infinity is the smallest amount of all additions for sure, I added them just to have a little of it all, and to add some more complexity, to sort of make my own little blend with strong sherry fruit notes, bourbon cask sweetness and some peaty smoke. I figure if I just want that sherry taste I'll sip on some GlenDronach or Glenfarclas rather than the blend, though it was a nice sweet sherry/port monster there for a while, I felt like it needed a little more complexity, to sort of make more of like a sherry cask Islay or something, though with less peat in it. Overall I would definitely say the peat level in here is low, probably a solid 3/10. I don't plan on adding any more Islay peat anytime soon at least, and if I do it will be minimal amounts like the drops of the 3 Islays that I've added so far. I think if I start to fill this bottle up more with Scotch whiskies that I have on hand other than the peated ones it will balance out a little more, just trying to figure out what direction to go in, maybe more bourbon cask sweetness to balance it all out so it isn't too much sherry either, I have to see what I've got in the bottles. I also enjoy the whiskies themselves so not sure. Been thinking about some Auchentoshan American Oak bourbon cask too that I could throw in to thin it out a little maybe, not sure yet. I don't want to fill it up too much, and don't want it to be too one dimensional either, while still using a little of everything that I have. It's a fun experiment. Cheers!