Taste: caramel sweetness, honey, canned pineapples and peaches, sweet syrup from them, light ginger pungency, herbal tea with honey and lemon, zest, minerality.
Finish: medium length, ginger, orange liquor, zest, minerals, spiced wood, grassy bitterness, slightly dried at the end.
Bottom line: the reference bourbon malt, delicate, at the same time saturated and rich in nuances, for its not so long exposure, feels a little older than this age. In comparison with 10 and 13 years from the same Glencadam, there are two heads higher, although the generic grassy-honey, malt-citrus notes here are also palpable, but more delicate and additional exotic fruits.
Great option for price / quality!