I find this Glen Scotia unusual and I like it.
a clear ex-bourbon nose, fresh wood, but not as fresh as Virgin Oak, very light vanilla that becomes a little stronger over time
no fruit, nothing sparkling young, rather much older than he is and perhaps very little of a heavy smoke
Right from the start the whisky smells thick like syrup, as if you could chew it right away. It's probably because of the title "... cod liver oil", but that only relates to the consistency.
A red berry for a moment, sweetness, vanilla, then the oily consistency again, clear ex-bourbon maturation
The smoke is back, little, but in the direction of asphalt.
The alcohol clearly carries the taste, but at no point bothers and does not burn at all.
In the finish it looks younger than it is and now I notice the "refill" on the ex-bourbon barrel, but from the 3rd sip it gets much better.