After adding water this becomes a very, very, very fruity whisky. Speyside is high on my list of an area where you can find good whiskies and I this is no exception. But not for the easy drinkers, this has much more to it then you would expect at first. I like it and wonder what this will do after the bottle is open for some time.
Closed but I can find oranges, white fruit. Takes a very long time before it is giving something. A bit floral and water more oranges.
Same here, quite closed to start with but then it starts to tell a story. Nice oranges as after some time you can't get passed this anymore. Sweet pears and some bitterness almost bitter caramel. And then again lot's of oranges.
Sweet and honeyed with a mid long finish.