...and this dram is rather simple but easy quaffable. So forget about your whisky analysing skills and have it when in good company with non-whisky nerds. They will like it, most probably...
The colour is pale straw and the nose offers a modern citric fruits and green apples profile that reminds me somewhat of the typical Bladnoch nose. It is nice but rather simple, after several sniffs it gets less interesting - nonetheless enjoyable...
The taste is barley sugary sweet with fruits (mainly apples) and some waxy and tea-ish flavours. Again, it is rather simple but very quaffable, to be honest. After some chewing a tasty note of milk chocolate develops.
The initial mouthfeel is warming but just little coating without distracting moments. The finish is of medium length and adds no new impressions. Water releases chalky-mineral aromas in the nose but flattens the taste quickly. I like the neat dram best.