If Your expectation is strong peat character it is not the one. It might be great for introduction with Laphroaig but overpriced in this case.
P.S. Empty dram keeps pleasant and strong wood notes.
Iodine and salty with notes of prunes, dried fruits and light sherry and peated smoke with malt at the end. Needs some time to be opened. Flavor is delicate but not so strong and complex as it could be.
Pleasant peat. Strong notes of oak, sandalwood and fruit tree wood, vanilla, cooked and dried apples, apricots, pears. Little bit spicy.
IMHO taste is the best part of the drink.
Warming, stable but short. Sweet, vanilla, a loot of wood elements and very pleasant peat. Also returns notes of sherry. In a several minutes brings notes of cheese.