Not an overly complex whisky, heavy on lighter fruit notes (mainly peach), very palatable.
I'm guessing 10 years old, bourbon cask aged, (almost) 60% ABV. Could be a Scot (probably Lowlands), but it also might be Irish.
Turned out to be a Miltonduff, a distillery which I personally only knew from a 1980 MoS sample I had years ago (which was a very good sample by the way, I also bought the bottle).
Vanilla, custard, fresh peaches, canned peaches, mango, a little grassy, a faint cookie note, some almonds, a dusty wood note in the background and a whiff of nutmeg.
A light body but quite a full on alcohol attack, so initially a fair amount of (white) pepper. Easily takes some water, which brings out the vanilla and obvious peach, also some bitter citrus (a bit like pomelo).
Short to medium in length, the peaches again, pomelo/grapefruit, a little honey, warming alcohol with a subtle amount of wood bitters.