Nose: Initially lots of honey, eucalyptus and lemon - a fair amount of bourbon character, really. Quite sweet and warming, though slightly spirity, particularly with deeper sniffs. A little malty and nutty. Perhaps a slight grassiness too. Some orange comes through after a few minutes, alongside other fruit (lime and possibly pears and a hint of grapefruit), some creamy notes and subtle mint. Also a little biscuity (digestives), hints of printer paper, pencil shavings and maybe even touches of oak. Good stuff.
Palate: Fairly fizzy and dry. Quite grassy and malty at first, then honey and light citrus. Bourbon again. Gets a little dusty.
Finish: Drying, fruity, dusty and hugely minty, with the fruit becoming drier and more citric after a short while.
A very pleasing and relatively complex nose, but it smells just like a whisky all-in-one to me at first! The palate is a little disappointing in comparison, but still exudes quality. A very good dram that surprised me somewhat.