Regardless a very decent sipper for the price. My litre was 35€.
Sourdough and grain, then some yeast and earthy peat, slight heather honey, green apple, and plenty oak. A nose that feels rather shallow and subdued and not very different from a standard speysider.
Sweet, sour, wood spice, bit of salty caramel on cooked apple stew. Not very complimentary, but also not offensive. Like licking maple syrup off of a freshly cut side of oak branch.
Bready, yeasty, oaky. Medium lingering.