The palate is surprisingly much peatier than the nose, adding a peppermint/menthol side too. Then it goes into this “old Islay” direction which one cannot find in modern bottlings. I would take this over many a modern single malt.
This is well worth seeking out, but there seem to be many batches and variations of it so there are no guarantees. My bottle carries the label exactly as shown but has “Marca Registrada” at the bottom, so it seems to be a Spanish market bottling.