Not bad at all, this is an easy going dram that may please a large crowd. I could recommend this to people that are fairly new in the game.
Beyond this, I didn't find any unique selling points that make this whisky stand out of the crowd. If you like a fruity, minty and slightly waxy dram with some dried fruit, it may suit you very well.
The nose is quite friendly, in the Miltonduff style. Don't expect an explosion of flavours, it's quite modest. It's mostly bourbon-driven, but has some sherry influence. Vanilla and toasted coconut are most prominent, along with mint and yellow fruit. Wood, allspice and dried fruit (raisin) complete the nose.
Medium bodied, rather rounded, and smooth. It starts of quite juicy on juicy raisins and yellow fruit, then it gets creamier with butter, vanilla and pastry notes. After that, was and mint follow. Towards the finale, allspice returns from the nose.
Quite short, leaving a bit of bitter grape seed, white grapes, spice and honeyed malt with toasted muesli.