I ran into a similar problem at the track...
Ran a 10min session on a short track (6 turns, 45sec lap, literally beating the car...), then stopped for a couple of minutes, running at idle. When i got back in, i gave it some gas in neutral and this rather big puff of blue smoke came out. Ran a few cooldown laps, no smoke. Came back to paddock, let idle, then gave gas at idle, smoke again, but less... so i went home. no smoke. start the car 5 hours later, smoke again, and i noticed black liquid soot on the bottom of my exhaust tips. Start up the next day, little smoke... next day, none, and all is well today too after 200kms of driving. No power loss, no check engine light, no-thing. So I'm guessing I pushed the car too hard, and squeezed oil past a seal either turbo or valve or ring or whatever. So when shut down, the oil would "drop" back somehow into the exhaust line to come out the back. The oil finally was all gone so that's why it's not smoking anymore... Brand new oil btw, and the level is fine at the top.
Frankly, I was worried but now i'm not... but i do worry for your engine though.. black specs like that can't be good. You're prolly cooking oil somewhere, or oil is going places where it shouldn't... Compression and leakdown would be in order, and check the turbo for wear. I'm no mechanic, but that's simply not normal.
Can you give us more info, like how often do you drive it? Do you drive it hard?