...that is another fine example of a good 'tauchers at a reasonable price point. A distillate-driven dram without excessive wood influence (like so many other modern "designed" 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 malted barley, honeys and spices within an appropriate wooden setting. It is not the most complex one but easy to sniff...
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 counterpoint to the sweet barley sugars and honeys. No bitter or drying moment at all.