Banana pudding, lemon frosting. The citrus gets brighter with time. Lemonade popping candy. After a while, some obvious corn bourbon (caramel, oak, vanilla) also comes into play, which of course, makes sense since Invergordon makes grain whisky.
Wow, I thought it was a bourbon at first... but then some of the brighter fruits come into play, especially at the midpalate onwards, and let you know that this ain't no Four Roses. Very bourbon-like still.
Oaky end, but still some of the sweetness carries through until the end. If this was a bourbon, I would probably give it a 90. But as a Scotch, my grading criteria is a bit more stringent. So 88 points.
** Yes, I don't care if you think I am biased.