A drop of water: the aroma is less intense, more peaty, the fruit fades into the background, there is more gusts of fire and ash.
The taste is more sweet, less bitterness, although it is still noticeable, there are vanilla notes, forest fruits, blueberries and blueberries are more visible.
The finish is longer, sweeter, the alcohol is completely undetectable, even lost. It is much better than the original. It's getting a real Kilchoman!
For a drop of water, I would add an additional 2 points.
very clear, sweet, smoke, fire, dried fruit, red berries, wet forest needles
sweet, fruity, forest berries, unripe walnuts oak, peppery,
medium long, quite sweet, mulled wine, the end is slightly spicy and warming, slightly bitter