...that is another fine example of an above-average 'tauchers at a reasonable price point. A distillate-driven dram without excessive wood influence (like with so many other "modern" whiskies) that simply offers what whisky is made for: quaffability...
The colour is pale gold and the nose offers a fresh and delicate profile of different fruits, malted barley, honeys and spices within an appropriate wooden setting. It is nicely balanced and without any off-note - I like it!
The taste is creamy on a lot of different flavours like barley sugars, fruits, honeys and spices in a balanced mix. After some chewing some fine chocolatey notes pop up. No flaw that I can find. Water is not needed as it just flattens the dram.
The whisky arrives warming and coating on the palate with no distracting moments. The finish is of a medium length and more spicy than the taste what is a good counterpart to the sweet barley sugars and honeys. No bitter of drying moment at all