There is a review of these by Dave Broom and Gavin Smith in Issue 39 of the Whisky magazine.
Dave Broom said:
Pungent, intense, almost balsamic. Soot/wood embers, canvas, a hint of Arbroath smokie and grassy like a peat bank. Hairy chested.
Rounded with good weight and depth. Seaweedy and lightly medicinal, hint of cattlecake. The firm centre is tempered by cooked orchard fruit.
Sweet and slightly nutty. Smoke. Oatcake.
A punchy, deep malt. Good balance.
and Gavin Smith said:
Peat smoke, wet moss, scorched timber.
Intense peat, seaweed, and dry, sooty oak. Cooked fruits struggling to come through.
Long and smoky.
Powerful, pungent malt with everything an Islay enthusiast would wish for.
The Wine and Liquor Depot website has them down as Lagavulin, as does whiskyworld.de - they even give the cask numbers.
I hope this helps.