Nose is citrusy. Palate is sweet and decent, fruity and lightly sherried. Honey, malt, and light spice make appearances. Finishes well, with more malt. This kind of strikes me as an "advanced" party whisky... meaning it's decently-priced, and pretty drinkable at length but with a little extra something. B/B-
Nose is light sherry and dried fruit. The palate has more pear, grain sugar, spiced peaches. The finish has some definite honey that turns into mint milk chocolate and dark rum. The last two flavors are personal favorites, so I have a real liking for this whisky. Very balanced weight for the light to medium body flavors. Nothing was off-putting. Good deal for an easily available distillery bottling. I am buying some.