Aroma: flower-vanilla, flowers look like blooming lilac, dried grain in the sun, minerality, something like lime, freshness, as if you are on a summer morning in a meadow, citrus basket (grapefruit, orange, lemon), an oak just a hint, burnt piece of wood, seaweed.
Taste: malt sweetness, grassiness, ginger, sweet yellow apples and pears, banana, hint of vanilla, shortbread.
Finish: gorchuschee, grapefruit zest, lemonade, some spices (cloves, ginger), overripe apples and pears.
Bottom line: the aroma of course bypasses all the other components in this young molt, but everything is pretty solid and tasty. The assessment may be a bit overpriced due to my love for Brucladdy, namely, his style, such floral-vanilla-fresh-sea! But often the hand reaches for such a whisky