Nothing does, this is about as good as it gets in a 10 year old.
Thanks to karloff for sharing.
Light, sweet, fruity and slightly floral perfume.
The fruits are quite tropical.
Bourbon maturation works well for this Speysider.
Little to no spice, but something reminiscent of Fisherman's Friend hiding in the shadows.
Just what to expect from the nose.
Soft, sweet and fruity.
Here as well the fruits are mostly yellow and tropical.
Mild spices arrive midway and give it a bit more body.
Fading to a medium length.
Ending with the soft spice turning to sweet licorice, close to the Fisherman's on the nose, with an ever so light astringency.