Well, that is really different but how? Could not be a Scot at all, so I'll bet on a 4-6 year old or Nas Indian with 46% -48%.
The first impression was young, sparkling and full of vanilla and malt, but this is quickly gone, it remains the strong malty main note but it comes to distinct berry notes, as of a refill sherry. it looks a bit upset and not yet harmonious but the aroma has something. The alcohol carries the aromas nicely into the nose and brings with it a slight tingling sensation. Some heath with honey suggests
at first it reminds me of salty herring, quite thin but with a salty note it runs on the tongue, then it gets almost watery until a nutty and at the same time metallic note comes through, there is a slight peppery tingling on the tongue. Slightly astringent. and mild to moderate body.
: In the finish, the berry flavors come back and mix with the nuts to a fruit slices, somehow remains an indefinable slightly spicy taste in the mouth.