...that provides very simple stuff. It makes no sense to write a lot about this - it is just what it is: An unimpressive modern "designed" malt from one of the most unimpressive Scottish distilleries with a single malt core range (to me, others might see this differently)...
The colour is pale gold and the nose offers a modern mainland-peaty profile with still somewhat immature malt aromas (mainly barley sugars). Nothing else to detect beside these two simple impressions.
The taste is barley sugary sweet and cold bonfire bitter-peaty (just the other way around than the nose). There is really no other flavour impression I am able to catch. Water turns the nose more peaty and the taste sweeter but does not release anything new.
The initial mouthfeel is a little hot and nothing else. The finish is short as a lightning and turns bitter-astringent (cold bonfire ashes, tannins). Why should I drink such stuff?