Appearance: rather thick, but quick tears
The nose is not bad, but both a tad restrained and overpowered by wood. It's not harsh, but just extreme woody like sniffing an unfilled cigar box. After a while, the mere wood influence weakens a little towards the direction of old Chesterfields, beeswax, pollen, malt and a lot of tropical fruit: peach, lychee, and mango. At the end there is a slight note of fresh coriander.
Also in the taste, the wood shows with vanilla and spices (next to the plain wood influence). Yet the fruit is present enough to balance this. Then there is fresh mint which lifts this whisky to a rather friendly and complex dram.
Moderately long, a bit dry on ginger, certainly woody (but not harsh) and fruity (overripe tropical fruit).