Smells like a garden full of fruit, light of different kind of apples, pears and honey.
Quite thin and sour at the beginning - a bit hard, some tropical fruit, but more sour. I don't really taste a hint of the orchard, although some custard notes eventually creep in.
medium length, warming, oak spice and some bitterness.
Defiantly something new and fresh from Glenfiddich and makes you wonder what else they got up their sleeves. Overall a tin and watery mouthfeel. Maybe if they finished it longer there would be more complexity from the Somerset Pomona spirit.