Fruit, vanilla, oak, pepper, citrus and lots of alcohol.
With some water it really opens up. Sweeter than the nose suggests. Not as much peat as you would expect of a Kilchoman. Very nice and 'round'. But it could do with a finish in another type of cask to give it an extra dimention.
I realise it is disrespectful, but I added a drop of Glendronach 18 oloroso cask to my second dram and that makes it a lot more interesting.
The finish is the best part.
It starts with pepper, some peat, going to vanilla, sweet fruit and ending with oak and vanilla.