This is a typical modern style whisky with two "designed" spikes of sweet barley sugars and bitter wooden tannins. Not my style of whisky, and I am not sure if a lot of drinkers will like such a simple and boring profile...
The colour is white wine and the nose offers a barley sugary sweet profile with fruits (apples), floral aromas and spices. No flaw or off-note but nothing special either. Easy to sniff but not worth a lot of analysis.
The taste is not as sweet as the nose with more bitter wooden notes while the fruity flavours stay very shy. The barley sugars are dominant as is the wood, so this dram is rather two-dimensional only. A typical modern style whisky.
The dram arrives warming but not coating on the palate without distracting feelings. The finish is rather short and adds no new impressions. It gets a little bitter-drying towards the end (tannins at work).