The whisky is homogeneous in itself, but considering the age I miss a change of impressions or at least a special intensity, especially in the nose. The palate and finish are unspectacular, there is a lack of complexity and volume.
Immediately after pouring, the nose promises light fruity aromas. Especially lime with orange peel. With a little time in the glass, apricots, honey mead and, quite distantly, elderflower come through. The nose remains slightly sour at first.
After about 20 minutes in the glass, the aromas appear a little more balanced and settled. There are also oak and leather aromas. The fruit bouquet remains light.
The palate is rather subtle. The orange peel rolls over the tongue together with herbs and a light wood bitterness. With a little benevolence, slight hints of cinnamon and grapefruit can still be guessed.
The palate doesn't do anything wrong, but for higher points I lack volume and complexity.
The finish does not bring anything new and is more likely to be described as medium-long.