I was thinking 90 for a while because the mouth felt a bit extractive to me but I'm going for a (light) 91 for two reasons : that last smoky raspberry note, and the fact that a tiny bit of water really makes a few dominant note shine bright.
The teas and apricots feel very Littlemill indeed (as Bishlouk already noticed on a former release), but on the other hand, there's also something Tomatin in the plums and peppery berries. Lovely : it's complex and explorable, and yet at the same time, ultra accessible and drinkable.
A vast array of aromatized teas, mostly rosehip, but also earl gray and mint ... lovely "old" grandma teas, really. With that comes a huge and very inoffensive fruitiness, on strawberry syrup, apricots, tea-soaked peaches, blueberries ... so pleasant ! Very malty to round it off, with buttery madeleines, fresh eggs. Simply un-dislikable.
Various teas and shades of apricots again, with a leathery touch. Then evolves on even more teas and even more fruits ... damn ! Cherry-flavoured tea, plums, pink peach, even a slight mineral hint ... That last side grows up with a drop of water, with the apricot becoming sublimely precise. The teas can seem a bit extractive, and there's a light peppery woodiness (but hey come on, it's 32 already), but that's frankly my only criticism.
Here fruitiness gets replaced by some pleasant vegetal notes, with a big and almost salty maltiness again (that's not the first time I get this feeling with Inchmurrin), that actually sounds like peanuts. A mineral fruitiness still lingers : chalk, white grapes. 15 minutes later, there's even a very intriguing smoky raspberry note.