Soft, warm. Nuts and cereals. Very mineral. Crushed stones. Also hints of farmy characteristic to add a bit of intrigue.
Old school dram. Again, very mineral. Old metal tools, rust. No farm here -- just a metal factory.
Strangely, despite the soft ABV, there is a bit of numbing sensation on the tongue, almost like Chinese "mala" (biting into a peppercorn feeling). Finish is rather long, a bit salty, a bit metallic. Pleasantly bitter aftertaste.
Not enough intrigue to get 90 points from me.