The taste is mellow, with some dried fruits peaking out. Fresh fruits and berries as well. The amount of peat is great and mixes with some oak. The finish gets a bit more spicy. The peat lingers out with some fruity sweetness. Raisins, and just a touch of earth and coffee.
A fine expression with a great combination of Bourbon and Sherry casks mixed with the Kilchoman farm style. Normally 46% is a fine strength for Kilchoman, but I would love to try this at cask strength, or just a bit higher at least. I will give this 84/100 (20/21/22/21).