Nose: Intense lemon pie with whipped cream, lemon zest, a bit of salt, very malty, graham crackers, floral honey. Smells like spring.
Taste: Quite floral and creamy, honeyed oak, lemon and lime juice with just enough sweetness to balance out the citrus.
Finish: Lemons turn to limes with quite a lot of oak, but it's not unpleasant or overpowering.
Wonderfully refreshing and light, as I would expect from the Lowlands. A refreshing, high quality whisky from a refreshing, high quality distillery.