You can not expect miracles, but the basic distillate is good and the guys understand their craft.
Bring something longer matured with age and more reasonable prices and we come into play.
Qualitatively, the distillate imho can keep up with many of the hyped new Scottish distilleries. The smoky ones are a bit better, full of character.
Water makes it rounder and more fruity. Less heated.
Dried apricots and fine sherry. Behavior. Cream caramel.
Slightly simple, but pure.
Lots of dried fruits, sweet, sherry. Lush, tasty. Full. Noticeable sharpness, a bit heated. Apricot jam, ginger. Clean.
The impression of the palate continues. Dried fruits full and some oak. Rather short.