Beautifully uncomplicated, harmonious "minimum maturation whisky" with lots of grain and malt character, a slightly exotic fruit salad aroma on the nose, which then morphs on the palate into pronounced notes of fallen fruit and apples, and a hearty, spicy, salty, almost meaty finish , which reveals old age and reminds me of just as old (or even older) Bunnahabhains.
Floral, (multi) fruity, delicately spicy, noticeable oak.
Acidic-refreshing, quite official texture despite the dilution to 46%.
Dry and strawy, but at the same time southern fruity and oily-salty.
You can understand what Longmorn was/is responsible for at Blends.