The nose is mainly malty, and also strongly marked by coffee biscuity notes. The candied fruit is placed in the background.
The mouth is closer to Littlemill markers that I appreciate. Juicy yellow and white fruit, dry and sweet apricot, and herbaceous notes of rhubarb in compote.
The final, quite short, is in the continuity of the mouth, on the rhubarb and the white fruit. In short, I do not stick at all in the nose (whereas usually it is especially the nose of herbal and fruity Littlemill that make me vibrate), and the mouth is more in the standards of the distillery without me ' raptures.
The price (far too high) of this Littlemill when it came out had dissuaded me from buying me a bottle; with hindsight I welcome it.