Nose – In the forefront is the bourbon casks, lovely vanilla, sweet, malty and with tones of new wood/resin. Maybe some fresh green apples, citrus notes and spice/herbs too.
Taste – This one is weak in the taste, feels almost watery (might be the low alcohol), then tones of apples, honey and citrus. After some time, caramel, cane sugar and ginger (and other spices) emerge.
There is no subtle peat in here at all, as promised by Glenmorangie’s marketing team.