An interesting take on what fruitiness can be, and a certain sense of DNA, but it lacks depth and class to be a real winner.
Very "Kavalan", whatever that means. I've already found similar feelings in many other Kavalan offerings like the King Car or some bourbon ones. Strong influence of "artificial" fruits like Haribo banana, coconut, and "rosé pamplemousse" (grapefruit-flavoured rosé wine). Something soft and lightly chemical, reminding us of baby shampoo, various candies and sweets ... Some fruity Ti punch or rhum arrangé, yes, that's what it is. This could actually pass for a good fruity grain whisky, with a "cheap exotic" signature that's very Kavalan. Panna cotta. Quite good, but it feels a bit artificial.
The alcohol is initially very well kept in place before it rapidly grows into a very biting feeling, which still does not hide the profile though. Haribo banana and artificial rhum arrangé again, fruitellas, panna cotta, very similar feelings. Not bad at all and certainly fruity in a way, but feels artificial and lacking in depth and "realism".
A little more pastry-like. Supermarket strawberry pie. Various sweets again. Panettone. The aftertaste is on something close to Red Aquarius.