I think he's a Glen Keith, but I wouldn't bet on it.
honey at the beginning, then oak. Overripe apples, light grapes, and caramel follow. Exotic fruits flash briefly. One searches in vain for alcohol. Gets sweeter over time. Light chocolate is still there. Slightly grassy. After a while then malt and pepper.
beginning sweet, malt, chocolate, berries. Bitterness builds up. The alcohol is not particularly strong at first, but then becomes peppery and could be better integrated overall.
quite a long finish with distinct oak, blending slightly into walnut. A trace of passion fruit. Bitterness is there. And pepper again.