...and this is a grain whisky from an exhausted cask - something the whisky world does not really need, in my honest opinion (only). Because other members liked it (given their rates here) Cadenhead did everything right to bottle it nonetheless, and I did everything right not to buy any bottle of it.
The colour is jonquiripe corn and the nose offers a rather shy grainy profile for a 30-years old, it seems as if the cask was not very active (which is a nicer description for a leached resp. exhausted cask). Hence this nose is uninteresting.
The taste is sugary sweet and grainy-gluey. What else? Nothing. Water does neither help nor harm.
The initial mouthfeel is not existent, it is neither warming nor coating. The only good thing about it is: It is short and adds no distracting impressions either.