Rather light-bodied, but pleasantly so. The nose was for me more giving than the taste and the finish, which lacked a little punch according to my taste. All in all a very enjoyable and interesting light Speysider from an ex-bourbon cask.
Fruity (primarily pear), mellow oak, light and almost 'nectary' malt, a whiff of fine white wine, very light and buttery toffee, some grapefruit, a hint of tobacco, high quality marshmallows, some nuttiness, lemongrass, a whiff of unburnt peat, some dried fruity spices (red fruits), some old leather, some sweet saltiness (if that makes any sense), vanilla and some liquorice after a while.
Overall quite reminiscent of the nose: mellow oak, fruity (pear), vanilla, unburnt peat, some butteriness, grapefruit, light 'nectary' toffee, some tobacco, a bit of a strange (but very pleasant) and light rubbery aroma (think rubber gloves that actually smell nice), nuttiness and some lemon.
Short to medium - Vanilla, tobacco, mellow oak, unburnt peat, some very faint smoke (?), faint fruits (pear), the same pleasant and soft rubbery aroma as from the taste, a touch of old leather, nuttiness and red dried fruits at the very end.