Overall it is not very harmonic, but it is a very good learning experience due to the charred oak note and very inexpensive.
Sweet. Malt, vanilla, caramel and fruit salad, especially kiwi and pineapple. There are subtle notes of oak and charred oak, but it does not smell like an american whisky at all. I recommend warming the glass in the hands, then it also releases the typically Glen Moray honey note.
Sweet, but then also acid from the fruit salad but rather with dark berries (blackberry and blueberry). This is accompanied by intense and sweet oak. Very oaky for only 10 years. There is a mild charred oak note.
A long lasting charred oak note, combined with old oak (bittersweet tannins), accompanied by sweet blackberries and vanilla.