In terms of flavor, it is more of a summer whisky, since the light and rather tropical flavors are in the foreground.
Since this is a one-liter bottle, you can also experiment with cocktails / long drinks.
light (peat) smoke. Vanilla and light sweetness. Somewhat fruity-citrus-like, in the direction of pineapple and orange as well as ripe mango and bananas depending on the shape of the day. Some caramel and butterscotch; reminiscent of Werther's real candy. Behind the light smoke, I also find the typical HP heather, but only very subtly. I would place the spicy in the direction of white pepper, but there are a few other spicy aromas that are difficult to grasp. But it is good on the nose.
soft and sweet. More smoke in taste. Spices push through more; the peppery note from the nose can also be found here - 'warming'. Something citrusy (orange / lemon) and vanilla. Nutty-oily, it gets a little (coffee) tart at the back (but still pleasant). I now have the salt association, which some describe in the finish, while sipping and remaining out for a long time; Interesting!
rather medium length with an oak note. Vanilla & some peat smoke. Spices - but not as strong anymore. Very light malt note.