Kilchoman 2010/2015 (58.3%, OB, for The Whisky Exchange, PX finish, cask #679/2010, 262 bottles) Colour: gold. Nose: I don’t know. As often with very young whiskies, it’s not in the nose that things happen. Well, this is fine. A feeling of young Demerara rum, perhaps. Candy sugar, you see. With water: farmier. That’s nice. Mouth (neat): it’s very okay. They may have managed to improve the recipe between 2014 and 2015. Still not quite my style, and there are still many dissonances as far as I can tell, but this is rather more… fulfilling? (what a waste of kilobytes and time, S.!) With water: no, wait, this kind of works. There’s an odd sweetness remaining, but this feeling of, wait, salted and honeyed roasted almonds is pleasant. Finish: medium, with some mint. Amongst the salted raisins. Comments: very okay. Oh, did I tell you that I’d love to buy a house in Luxembourg, and end my life there? (but not drinking PXed peaters, that’s for sure)… SGP:545 - 80 points.