Region: Ireland (distillery unknown - sometimes called Bushmills and Cooley)
Nose: Very soft, finest citrus, flower meadow, mandarin and apricot. Turkish honey and some spice. Harmonious.
Palate: sweet and malty, again the citrus fruits. Grasses and vanilla, a little pear.
Finish: medium-long and very soft, some spice remains on the tongue. Otherwise the already mentioned flavors.
Conclusion: A nice single malt from Ireland - soft and fruity. Uncomplicated.
77/100 points (tasted 2014, ca. 40,00 €) posted on my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/notesofwhisky