Old-school Malt! I would have thought the Lowlander much easier because of its geographical origin. The tropical fruits are great, but can not prevail over the bitter oak. This is also a bit too bitter and too dominant for me.
Light oak, some water mint, hairspray, old copper coins, dried, tropical fruits (pineapple, papaya, apricot), Werther's original, Grand Marnier, cotton candy and some burnt caramel. With time and air, the whisky opens up and becomes more fruity and finer.
Sweetish and slightly creamy with lots of malt and light vanilla. In addition there are bright fruits and some lemon. Then becoming pepperier. Light tannins, a bit orange bitter and a hint of bitters. At the end, the bitter oak occupies the entire mouth.
Medium in the middle, woody, slightly bitter and with a fine malty sweetness. In between, the tropical fruits flash out of the nose. At the end some milk coffee.