And if cask strenght Islay ticks your box as well, go for it.
Just don't expect too much refinement.
Sweet citrus and yellow fruits.
Briney, salty peat.
Pretty sure the major part of this is Caol Ila.
Mineral, some seashore pebbles,
Oily, spicy, peaty.
This doesn't play around with subtle pokes, it's a simple straight and very powerful jab in the gob.
Water make it more mineral, with a drizzle of ash.
It drowns suddenly, so apply by the drop.
Neat it sits hot and burning for a very long time before fading on very bitter chocolate.
Water washes away that chocolate, and there's really not much left of taste, just a sensation of spice.