The nose is sweet, like marzipan and a bit of honey, fresh grass like if you were mowing the lawn, and a hint of peat. The taste is quite like the smell even though the smell is a bit better. It carries on to the finish, and I still don’t think that it lives up to the smell.
It started good, but went downhill from there. Like a sunny day you go for a walk in the forest, and then it starts to rain. Still nice and fresh, but let’s face it, it would have been better without the rain! It is still a very fine whisky though. I give this 81/100 (21/20/20/20).