It's a Highland malt, matured in traditional Scotch Whisky Casks...
This one is a little too easy drinking. It's in your glass then poof it's gone. Nothing deep and perplexing here but nothing off-putting either. A good daily drinker.
Nose is immediately creamy, soft and malty. There's that typical Tomatin nose, something really sweet with a twist of something funky and a touch of Jujubes for me. (That's a soft squishy fruit flavored candy). A hint of green stick and minerality, some soft cask char and acidity there, but sweet seems to be the word of the day. It's bright and fresh.
Light, soft and approachable. That astringent note runs through the spirit though, sort of cutting the sweetness down with dry oak and some tannic bitterness. It's creamy vanilla oak and a touch spirity. There's a bit of herbal bitters in the bottom and touch of florals as it moves towards the finish.
The finish is rather short on this one. Lots of creamy oaky vanilla ice cream and touches of tannins, earl grey tea and jasmine as it rolls around. Hints of wildflowers mingle with honey and some candied citrus.