The peat definitely comes more forward in the taste. It is a sweet peat, with some lime and loads of white fruits on the side. Some burned caramel appears in the finish, but to honest, not much else happens.
It seems a bit young, and not many flavours has found its way from the cask to the spirit. However, the quality is fine, and for the right occasion, it would be great. I will give this 82/100 (20/21/21/20).