A fairly odd smell directly after pouring. It isn't just the typical grain nose with varnish like smells. On top of that, there is stewed peach, and a lot of dried flowers (a combination of dust notes and perfumed notes from flowers). There is not much to balance and will need some time to settle.
After settling, a rather straightforward of toast with salted butter, vanilla, and peach emerges. The perfumed and husky notes from the dried flowers has mostly gone.
Sweet as grain can be. Rather one-dimensional with the same buttered toast from the nose, and vanilla custard. Not unpleasant for an occasional dram, but it bores quite quickly. The only twist to the palate is the hint of pine resin and spices (mainly juniper).
Ends fairly woody, on polished furniture, oak planks, still vanilla custard and peach. Fairly simple.