Great to try an old wonder like this.
This has some presence for sure, it is a heavy smell, peat, tar, brine & sherry with some lemon zest thrown in.
Biscuit, diesel fuel, burning wood smoke with cured ham thrown in.
Peat driven, the peat is massive exploding on your tongue if you leave it in your mouth long enough.
If you do the peat subsides and it gets very creamy, what fruit there is (white fruits) is well and truly in the background,
With a drop of water the fruit is released on sweet apple and lemon but then even more peat and it is a crisp clean type of peat with hints of pineapple cube sweets and a little biscuit,
On the palate this is a peat smasher, it is peat driven
Its long and it peaty, nothing else to say.