Very light and malty, with some sweet, sugary breakfast cereals and vanilla. There's also room for some fresh fruits, like Golden Reinette and peach, but also some lime. The fruitiness is what make it stand out, but it is also slightly floral.
Nice and creamy mouthfeel. Honey, with a peppery arrival, oak and lingering spices (cloves). A whiff of underripe banana. There's something annoyingly recognizable here.
The fruitiness returns in the finish, with room for ripe apple and finally some grassiness. Medium in length.
Quite herbal (cut grass, coriander), vanilla, lemon zest, tinned peach and a whiff of beeswax. Nice and good, but nothing spectacular so far. Develops to quite a fruity fellow, with the above, and fresh apple and pineapple. There is also a small spicy edge (pepper) and an extra herbal dimension of aniseed.
Medium bodied, mainly sweet on vanilla, peach and pineapple, but with a nice acid touch of apple and lemon. Gets quite ginger-y after a while, becoming a bit (too) dry.
Medium, rather dry on grass, pepper, ginger and lemon zest. There is still some aniseed to be detected.
Classic Speyside profile, bottled exact on time or even a bit past it. It's quite fruity and green in style, with a special role for the aniseed. Good value for money.