Bottled for Costco and bought a couple of years ago. I'm pretty sure it's since been discontinued as I've not seen it in my local Costco for a long time.
Nose: Caramelly, fruity and sweet to begin with. Biscuit, nut and cereal/malt soon appear. Some chocolate-orange notes develop over time, with the whole becoming almost liqueur-like. A slight touch of mint drifts in and out every so often.
Palate: Quite oily - almost chewy, in fact. Very sweet, with less caramel than the nose hinted at. A touch of mint. Oddly reminds me a little of buttercup syrup? Certainly like a sweet medicine at any rate. Ever so slightly drying. Very smooth again. Faintest hint of biscuits? Fruits, but uncertain as to which.
Finish: Sweet and slightly orangey.
Incredibly smooth, well-rounded, very sweet and ridiculously drinkable. What I thought of as a bit of a gimmick is actually a very respectable whisky. A higher strength wouldn't have hurt - it is a touch watery in the middle, but it's not off-putting - but this is pretty flawless.