The first thing that comes to my mind is dry oak. Compulsory vanilla and then it gets interesting ... if it is a bit longer, open it. Go well then in the tropical fruit direction. I find mango, banana and some sour pineapple. Fruit basket stop. In the background is a tea aroma. Orange apple and cinnamon.
Woody start with neat barrel wort. Malt and vanilla. Then the tropical, cooked fruits get through properly. Add some bitter herbs and bitter almonds. Also in this Fettercairn there is a floral note in the taste. The alcohol is clearly noticeable and brings all his strength. But also brings volume into the gush.
Medium long with a generous portion of seasoning. Drought is spreading. But then it is replaced by the tropical, sweet fruit basket.