This whisky is called ”Summer Meadow”. The style is light and the smell is fruity with sweetness from fresh fruits. Some hints from grass and light citrusy notes.
The taste is light citrusy as well and the fresh fruits is switched out with more raw notes of hay and grass. The finish still got the raw notes but with a bit sweetness in the end.
It starts very summer-like, but ends up being more like a trip to the countryside. I fine Mackmyra though, and even though the fresh smell, what I would call a farmers whisky. I will give this 83/100 (21/21/21/20).