I have the same(?) mini, it's as follows;
Kilchoman, new spirit, distilled 23.4.2008, bottled 23.3.2009, 63.5% ABV
bourbon cask, 50ppm, Optic barley
Colour: Extremely pale yellow, only just coloured water
Nose: Beneath the alcohol burn (well it is 63.5%) is a sweet summer-fruit salad in a bowl of peat, dressed with heather. After a few minutes the peat recedes to leave a little apple, pear and a fine chardonnay grappa, with just a faint hint of new rubber. (That reminds me, it's almost time to pet the winter tyres on the car)
Palate: Smooth, oily and huge. The apple, pear and grappa immediately assault the palate and refuse to leave, tantalising the tongue for an eternity, although this does turn quite dry after just a few moments.
With 3 drops of water: The peat immediately returns and dominates the nose, whereas the palate is even smoother and longer with a perfumed mixture of peat and fruit.
With 3 more drops of water: The rubber returns to dominate the nose and a little almond joins the apple and grappa on the palate.
Finish: Extremely long and if anything, it gets longer with each addition of water.
Overall Impression: I am impressed! In fact so impressed, I'll be back to this one soon!