I think the name "Fusion" comes from the fact they used two malts to produce this whisky, Indian and (peated) Scottish. Not worth the 97 points from Jim Murray in his Whisky Bible, but nice dram nonetheless.
Fruits with apricots and mango, spices with clove and cinnamon, and a touch of smoke.
On the palate, you immediately get smoke which is more present than on the nose, without being overpowering however, then there's a bite from the alcohol with black pepper. Notes of orange, almonds and dark chocolate. Mouthfeel gets creamy with time.
Long finish on orange, with a touch of pepper but really faint. Nice lingering finish.