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Sweet - vanilla and caramel. But there's also lots of malt on this one and a bit of oak. Finally a good dose of sherry and fruit - raisins and blackcurrants and even a touch of citrus.
Again that vanilla and fruit (raisins and blackcurrants). Very sweet to start but after awhile the oak comes through adding a little bitterness and some mild spice.
Nutty and drying then sweet with fruit and honey.
Often described as an entry level whisky this is certainly a good starting point for those new to single malts and it's a good solid Speyside. Sweet with lots of fruit but a touch of oak and spice to temper that. You can pick this up in the region of £25 - £30 usually, sometimes even less if it's on offer. At that price I really can't fault it and if you want something easy to drink and sweet, but with a touch more complexity than your basic Bourbon's at the same price than you can't go wrong with this.