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Vanilla and clover shine through the maltiness and overriding bourbon of the nose, but don't make their presence known on a first sniff.
A light, soft body lets the flavors of this moderately peaty Scotch unfurl nicely. A good bit of the peat smoke is edged out by the bourbon, but there's more than enough for a highly drinkable whisky.
A spicier, more complex finish than most whiskies of its price range. Dried fruits linger longest: a curried raisin?
Not quite robust enough for after dinner. Might work well as a restorative dram.