Lightweight, uncomplicated Bowmore the entry-level range. Significantly bottled too weak and therefore more suitable for beginners, a complex miracle paint should not be expected. Nevertheless, an "easy drinking" Malt, which I really like, unless the claims are not set too high.
The typical Bowmore smoke, paired with citrus notes and some honey. Behind it light oak. Relatively light and uncomplicated, but not unpleasant.
Also on the tongue very light and mild, almost watery. He could have tolerated a few percentage points more. In addition, but again the slight smoke with the citrusy echoes and subtle oak. Somewhat dull.
Here is a different picture. The smoke now stronger and more dominant, this goes directly into a slight dryness. It remains a dry mouth, the Malt quickly disappears from the tongue and palate. Again, the low volume percent make themselves felt