If you don't know to make your way through the Waterford releases, this is maybe not the most typical but a fairly good one.
Toffee, creme brulee, shortbread, vanilla, apple pie and honeyed cereal bar. It's only a bit earthy (cocoa powder), unlike its siblings which are more expressive into this direction. Instead, there is a citric note and some red fruit.
Medium-bodied, rather oily and well-behaved. It's maltier now, on barley corns in burlap, hay, bread. The fruit is more towards pear drop, lemon curd, and strawberry. There is some toffee note, but less present, just as the vanilla note.
Rather lean, medium length. It's a bit more citric than on the palate. There is a fair portion of pepper and cocoa, wood, malt and a hint of dark forest fruit.