Can try, though it's hard to get the different flavours without much experience.
Reading about Port Ellen, found this about a conversation with Diageo's Islay general manager:
"I then asked him if there is any chance that the Port Ellen distillery will be reopened in the future, with Lagavulin and Caol Ila basically running at full production now. He said: "Well, I used to say no, but now I say never say never." He explained that Lagavulin is now running at full capacity seven days a week, and Caol Ila is running at full capacity five days a week. It would be quite expensive to go to seven days at Caol Ila, because then they'd have to work fulltime during weekends as well. It might be cheaper to set up another distillery or expand an existing one he agreed. He then explained that if they were to reopen the Port Ellen distillery, they'd most likely build a new distillery altogether, with better accessibility to the stills etc, a more modern site. We did not discuss the exact location of such a new distillery, but I think we can safely conclude that they are definitely thinking about starting up Port Ellen again. Even if they were to reopen in say 2010, it would still take until 2020 for some decent whisky to come from there though..."
If they rebuild Port Ellen, it would rapidly become a heavy seller with its reputation. It sounds like a sensible investment to me.