A good quality IB, I think I paid £150 for my bottle, ahh the gold old days :).
This has an oily, petrol aspect on the nose at first, with peat and some wet mud so there are some classic Brora notes here but you need to look for them.
There is something nutty in the mix along a little sherry and a little golden syrup cake from Lyons.
There is some initial fruit but it is soon swamped by the peat which has a creamy note and there are also hints of vanilla.
The fruit returns , hints of orange, nectarine, peach juice (faint) and dome nice spice notes.
The spice fizz increases with the peat and the balance is good.
Quite long, creamy & spicy, with the fruit remaining.