It can hold up quite good against Invergordon bottlings from the 70s with way more alcohol volume.
The (by 2023 standards) lower price makes this one a catch if you are not afraid of grains.
Wonderful and very intense.
Coconut and sweet fruits dominate.
A pleasant sweetness, honey and of course coconut again.
The finish is again pleasant, but very short.
The low alcohol volume takes its toll here.