Besides the fact, that it's a bit dominated by vanilla, it offered a lovely mix of grassy flavors and even some hints (not much, though) of discreet farmy notes in the background, when noising it.
The strength on the palate is, that....it works well. It a very well-behaved kid. The alcohol bites only little in the beginning. The farm remains in the nose only, (unfortunately), though. But the grassy vanilla mix was to enjoy. The aromas work well together. In this case, the sum is bigger then the parts.
The whole thing is really quaffable and better then I would have expected it (Arran + youngish). This is overall a really good daily summer dram.
No need to say, that complexity plays the field somewhere else, but for what it is, it offers very good quality - again, considering what we have here. Therefore my rather higher rating of 85. It, somehow, hit my personal nerve.