N: Piney initially, very spirity and thin. A little watery maltiness, some lightly floral notes and a bit dusty. A bit of buttercream vanilla. Faintly minty. Very light peat on the nose.
P: Thicker mouthfeel than the nose would indicate. Gentle barley, light malt, and a nice light layer of peatiness to give this some dimension. It's not very strong and it's kind of watery, but it's not bad.
F: Fleeting and light. A little peat, some light pears, some light mint.
Quite light. It's got a reasonable bit of nuance and it's better than most blended mass-market whiskies I've had. The notes seem fairly well integrated, just watery.