Kalev69 says on April 27, 2019
The smell of whiskey is very fresh and saturated. There are notes of wildflowers, dried grapes, canned pears and dried fruits in honey.
The taste is also very pleasant. First, a silent oak barrels burned from under the bourbon, and then refreshes like a cider aged 10 years old.
The finish is average, which makes the drink worthy in its price range and creates competition for many representatives of Speyside. My mark - 7/10, slàinte mhath!