Nose has light sherry and malt, very pleasant. On tasting, the first thing you get is sherry, followed by some sweetness and then a nice little whisper of malt. Mostly sherry on the finish. A mildly sherried Speysider that is pleasant but not particularly distinctive. I'd say it's overpriced for what it is. B/B-
Sharp nose of pears and apples, some swimming pool.
Palate is pleasant, rather sweet and honeyed, with general vanilla-spice stuff. Not extravagant but tasty. A decent, all-purpose single malt scotch that's not too much of anything, yet doesn't lack flavor.