This is my first attempt at a review, so please bear with me...
The box states it has been matured for 3 years on fresh bourbon barrels, finished for 3 months in oloroso sherry butts and one 3 year old refill bourbon barrel was added to the vatting.
Legs: Thick, viscous
Nose: initial charcoal, peat, smoke, then some citrus, leather and hey
Palate: peat, smoke, oranges, some farmy notes. The sherry influence is very subdued.
Finish: Long and drying with the peat and smoke continuing and some medicinal notes coming late to the party.
Final thoughts: I haven't had such a young whisky before, but I have had my share of Islay whiskys. The Kilchoman isn't terribly complex (as to be expected), but it does bode well for the future. I will certainly come back for a more aged product.
Edit: just some spällink ant stuph