The story repeats itself a bit in the taste. Again the classic Kilchoman farm-like peat, hay, vanilla and white fruits like crisp apples. The finish gets a bit sweeter and the Port influence starts to come forward. Sweetness from some fresh red fruits, mainly berries, but also a bit of raisins.
I must admit I think that the whisky haven´t been given proper time to react with the Port casks. It is very minimal what distance this from the normal Kilchoman expressions... I did enjoy it, don´t get me wrong, but don´t expect a well-aged Port-bomb. I will give tihs 83/100 (20/20/22/21).