Aroma: restrained, lacquer-oak, a slight hint of berries (currants, blueberries) caramel, iodized salt, spicy brine. Over time, apricot jam, varnish, polish, oak adds even more, locksmith - oiled rags, metal, grinding wheel, box with tools; dressed leather.
Taste: burnt caramel, a little spices and spices, oak, lacquer, a hint of resinous wood, sweet coffee with milk.
Finish: medium length, varnish with oak, coniferous resin, rosin, mineral-metallic notes, sweetness, caramel, grains of salt.
Bottom line: a good calm Scotia, unlike the slightly tattered Double Cask, salty-sweet, with industrial impregnations in the aroma, and sweet, oak-lacquer in taste. Such a slightly dirty style, I really liked.