The first few minutes are in the nose pretty much the juiciest impression I've ever had with whisky, very fruity, Christmas scents, in the background is restrained, but noticeably a very pleasant smoke. Over time, the juicy impression subsides, more acidic berries emerge, barrel wort. Maybe more oriental than Christmas?
In the mouth you can taste different citrus fruits and the slightly spicy notes of ginger, sour berries and other more southern fruits, brown sugar, the smoke becomes even more subtle.
Very long finish, which fades away and repeatedly bursts, also here fruits and a lot of spice (here actually more exotic) and restrained smoke.
Over time, it gets a little bit slighter in the mouth and finish, just like other single cask bottlings from Glen Scotia lately. I think that spoils an even better assessment,