Nose: Gorgeous, coastal Islay notes, oily seaweed, tarry rope, nutty sea-swept oak. There's a hint of expressed lemon peel too, which gives depth, and classic Port Ellen chamois leather notes run right through the middle of everything.
Palate: Straight back into wonderful chamois leather, now alongside coconut nougat and some tropical fruit, perhaps some lightly barbecued papaya.
Finish: An immediate hit of sooty smoke, soon joined by nuttiness and eventually some beach barbecue on a massively long and proud finish.
Overall: More captivating Port Ellen single malt from That Boutique-y Whisky Company. Pure whisky porn.