Old Pulteney stores all their barrels on site and because of their location on the seaside they pick up a maritime flavour during the maturation process. I noticed this in what I would describe as a salty, licorice finish. The body of the whisky tasted of red fruits. It does need time to 'open up'. Perhaps as much a an hour (time I didn't have during tasting).
In short, a whisky with a unique flavour, that tastes older (more rounded) than it is.