A young whisky consistent, nice, well made (as usual at Arran). I was expecting malt more present in a whisky of this age, it is nothing (and that's good); which "ages" this Arran. The only downsides, in my opinion, are spices and alcohol too much present at times (but it's quite bearable). The nose is particularly nice.
A nice fruity typical of the distillery, on the just cut apple, a light lemon, and a fine smoke of dry pear peel.
Sweet and friendly, accessible. Always on the autumn fruit, apple in mind. A little plum and lemon; but also a pinch of salt and a handful of sweet spices.
Long. On swallowing, Williams Pear suddenly appeared, followed by a dry apple peel. A thin trail of salt in its wake.