A familiar profile for this famously variable distillery: mineral and mechanical oils in abundance, then camphor, putty, limoncello, lime curd and long-aged Irish pure pot whiskey notes. Also some mint leaf muddled with wild strawberry, varnished hardwood and a tang of green pepper. Reduction brought sandalwood, hazelnut butter, gorse flower and coconut-scented sun lotion, plus an impression of elderflower sorbet and vanilla foam. The neat palate was surprisingly chock full of pulpy, overripe tropical fruits; a whole medley of lychee, juicy fruits, guava, kiwi and lime. This evolved quickly towards an exotic-style New Zealand sauvignon with passion fruit and crushed nettle notes. Water brought jasmine flowers, heather ales, soft waxes, new-world IPA notes and further syrupy exotic goodness.