There isn’t any obvious tannin presence, merely a trace of dried orange peel. The Orange peel becomes Orangina: light, delicate, refreshing. But wait, there’s more. Just when you think the whisky has rubbed itself out, a stale crumb of peasant bread remains. In other words the barley and maltiness flavors stay and the other flavors mellow out. We do have some wood spices in the back but that's nicely combined with the barley finish.
The rich, toasted maltiness reminds me a little of Springbank’s local barley ten year-old.