Although it doesn't rock a precious age statement on the label, a very helpful lady from the folks at the CB told me the following in an email:
The Clynelish, Dailuaine and Teaninich are all around 10 years old when they are blended before being filled into our custom barrels. They are then aged for a further 2 years before being bottled. This means that most Spice Tree is 12 years old when bottled.
Apple cobbler, beeswax, fresh pears. The nose is sharp and light in character.
Vanilla ice cream with a lot of raisins soaked in rum. A touch of clove and Ceylon black tea.
Water brightens it up, brings grass and freshly sawn wood to the game.
Burnt caramel and increasingly dryer.