Nose: Fresh citrus, honeyed barley and a subtle hint of smoke.
Palate: Toffee sweets pop up first, followed by a dollop of cream and oak notes.
Finish: Oak spices on the finish.
Overall: Well made, the new oak doesn't take over the whisky at all, which is always a risk with these casks.
This Highland single malt is aged initially in ex-bourbon and then finished in new, American oak barrels. There is no age statement, but the whisky is between 6-8 years old and is un-chill-filtered. It is bottled at 92.6 proof.