The nose on this is about as light and fruity as it gets. The palate is more malty though still quite light. I can see how this would compete with the Glenfiddich/'Livet drinker who wants something a bit lighter and fruitier, but there's not much substance to it.
n: initial is wet green vegetation on a hot summer day. Malt and honeycomb wax, dried papaya, and clover.
t: light, so surprisingly light I would think this had more water added to it to make it so easy to drink beyond the stated 43%ABV. This could be a plus for some whisky drinkers. Very light and floral, taste is of low calorie clover honey on wheat crackers, drying to oak in the finish.
Nothing to get excited about, I prefer bold whisky to capture my attention.