Dry malt. Orange peel, furtively. Metallic and mineral notes that combine with a peat that settles, all is rather fine and lemony at first, but it settles with the opening.
A little water gives citrus fruit at the front, as well as toffee.
Lime, ash juice. A bit more sour than most Caol Ila I've tasted.
With water, more supple and vanilla.
Very long, but quite classic.
With water, the oak combines with the smoke.
Whisky n ° 1986