Nose: the colour is yellow gold and the nose offers a Traditional Scotch profile with lots of overripe fruits (cantaloupe, peaches, apples), honeys, barley sugars and waxy as well as oily and chalky-mineral aromas. There are some spices too but the woods are rather shy here. Actually, this is not bad at all and certainly better than most of today's wood-driven noses (to me) - but it all depends whether one preferes the modern or the traditional whisky styles.
Taste: it is sweet (mainly barley sugars) and bitter (tannins) flavours with some shy fruits and spices. This is easy to drink.
Finish: the dram arrives warming, but not coating on the palate with a minor drying feeling. The finish is short and adds no new impression, just a minor drying moment pops up towards the end again (tannins).