You might get totally different impressions depending on how much water you add, how long you let the spirit rest in the glass before the first sip and, most of all, if the bottle was freshly opened or it had already been half emptied some weeks ago (with several weeks of time for the oxygen to do its work).
I'll highly recommend to pour half of the freshly opened bottle in another, clean, empty bottle and let both rest for at least two weeks, four or six weeks might be even better.
Next suggestion is to add just one little espresso-spoonful of water to a decent (~3cl) dram and let that rest for about ten minutes before the first sip. I also think one should be very careful with adding water. That one little espresso spoonful is just right, one more spoon of water might already change it to the bad side. Adding too much water will make the dram more sharp while reducing the aroma. Letting the oxygen do its work for some weeks in a half emptied bottle, adding just a tiny little bit of water and giving the dram ten minutes of time in the glass, it will become a lot sweeter, much more creamy and mellow, more impressions of some espresso with much soft "crema" , a little bit of dark chocolate and a hint of black cherries and some mild impressions of fresh orange peel will emerge. The "campari" impressions will still be there, but not so strong as you'll find them in a freshly opened bottle. The impressions of fresh orange peel will be stronger when drinking from a freshly opened bottle. In my case, I also noticed some strong impressions of burnt teriyaki sauce in the whisky from the freshly opened bottle and these impressions were never found again, when I tested this expression again two weeks later from a half-emptied bottle. My 85 points from the first test of that freshly opened bottle changed radically to a well-earned 89 now. I even got some faint memories of the fantastic BR PX sherry whiskies casks #1050 and #1051 (although they were certainly better and had more herbal influences).Regarding the crazy prices the industry charges for other mediocre whiskies today and keeping in mind that this one just costs 89 Euros, there is a tendancy for "90" points. A little bit strange, but a very interesting high quality whisky.