Nose: Butterscotch and saltwater taffy remind me of the candy shops lining the main street of a coastal town. Caramel corn also comes through on the nose. There is slight vanillin, but it is more like a waffle cone. The end of the nose reminds me of an elderly lady’s perfume; rose, violet, abundant.
Palate: The mouthfeel is hot and oily. The whisky starts off minerally and sooty. It is full of sweet French vanilla and caramel. It reminds me of a sugar-crusted Liege waffle. Heather and smoke only pop out in the background and last on the finish.