This bottle is wholly uninspiring and lacking in character, I can't help but to think that it was thrown together by a bunch of dullards in a board room to quickly get a cost-effective product on the shelf. Is it fruity? Sure, in the same way those off-brand dollar store candies that seemed to be ever prevalent at your grandmother's house were. Is it floral? Yeah, similar to the shrubby vegetation that grows next to the highway. Is it creamy? Okay, a bit, akin to "coffee whitener," which conceptually, weirds me out and is filed under Things That Should Not Be. However, is it boozy? You betcha baby, and you won't feel remiss in the slightest for drinking it out of a red Solo cup at a party you've somehow found yourself where the house rules appear to be simple words and not returning my lighter. The main strengths lie in its easy drinking nature, as well as being inexpensive for a scotch, but unless you're hung up about specifically having a single malt, there's simply way better (and cheaper) bottles of whisk(e)y out there.