Color: White Wine (pretty exceptionally pale for being roughly 27 yo--good sign for a dram like this, I suspect)
Nose: Oh, I like this! This really is equally forward with the fresh fruit typical of these Irish vintages and some pretty strong peat. Complementing those salient notes are porridge (I won't speculate whether it's Irish steel-cut oatmeal or not), lemon, and some nice, solid malt. Time and water make it a bit more coastal in character.
Taste: Perfect bottling strength--no nip on the arrival but you don't feel there's any real loss of strength or flavor. You can definitely appreciate that this is a very refill bourbon cask--it's very malty. The peat is coming through as is the fruit. Honestly, not as sure about this as I am the nose, which was quite impressive. Let's try some water. Better, actually. The fruit is pretty nice and the peat is there making things nicely ashy in the background. Good stuff--just give me a bit of water despite the somewhat modest cask strength.
Finish: The ash is what sticks around.
Comments: Like a handful of other bottles either currently or once in my collection, my attention was initially brought to this one as a curio. Here, as others have discussed in the comments, you have a wide discrepancy between the age statement and vintage/bottling dates. It's explained, of course, by the Irish appellation rules concerning where the spirit was matured. Still, it's pretty neat to have a contemporary 1992 that's technically 11 yo. Add into that it's a peated Irish fruit bomb (those late-'80s and early-'90s vintages), and it's checking a lot of connoisseur intrigue boxes. Beyond that, though, I think it does something for me that some of the more straightforward Irish fruit bombs don't, namely, it's exciting and a bit more complex. Yes, that complexity is largely driven by adding peat to the mix, but I find it does a great job complementing the more typical Irish single malt profile. As noted above, it swims pretty well, especially when you're tasting it. The only thing holding it back from a 90 for me is the neat palate. Still, quite nice.