A lighter, more deeply floral character emerges on the nose. Slightly esthery but with the malt notes emerging and then combining with a softer, light honeyed finish. There is a vibrant spiciness to the palate when dilute. The spice is slightly peppery with ginger and the presence of liquorice. However this quickly subsides into sweet and soft malt flavours woven through with a honeyed structure. Balancing these malt and honey notes is the very distinct fruit characters of green apple and ripe pineapple. This distinct distillery character emerges and melds with the cereal and honey. The light "apple crumble" nature of the palate has a final, gentle, almost brule style finish. Not cloying but light and darkly sweet with very subtle notes of orange and citrus.