Color: Pale straw, although slightly tinted.
Body: medium density, by no means liquid, despite the young age of alcohols.
Nose: very light, pleasantly fruity, though not rich, slightly aromatic. More revealed with significant oxidation. Delicate aromas of yellow fruits (apples, pears, pineapple, yellow plums, a lot of banana mousse) and vanilla prevail, you can also catch notes of meadow grasses, white plum flowers, pies with fruit filling, lemon peel and white pepper.
Taste: mineral, fresh, not very diverse in its base, but pleasant, fruity with a slight bitterness at the end of the sip. Apple-pineapple sweet juice with pieces of banana and peach, a lot of vanilla and cream, even with hints of butter, is replaced by the bitterness of orange, grapefruit, nutmeg and ginger.
Finish: Fairly long for a grain whiskey, I would even say medium in length, but not very pleasant for me. Ethanol sticks out a little here, there is an unpleasant "vodka alcohol exhaust", although it quickly passes, dissolving in the notorious creamy substance of vanilla, baked milk, butter and bananas. The bitterness of ginger also remains and small nuances of bitter coffee and chocolate join.
Summarizing, I can say that whiskey will undoubtedly find its lover, but for me there are several significant drawbacks in it that do not allow me to give it a higher rating, namely: weak aromatic saturation, a slight creamy-oil cloying taste and ethanol sticking out in places. In its style, the whiskey resembles Glenmorangie 10, but here all aspects are clearly weaker, too young-green. However, this whiskey for its good value for money, unobtrusiveness and decent drinkability will be a good choice as a drink for friendly gatherings.