n: clover honey, warm malt, pleasant grassy meadow. Bowl of fruit punch with sherbert in it. Subtle waxy orange peel & gentle hint of smoke.
t: starts sweet and grassy with burnt clover honey, caramel, and dried flowers; this follows the nose quite closely. The finish has a bit of a briney note that I find peculiar. Also, slight floral smoke and dry oak. This is quite a fun whisky because it really evolves as you drink it.