A world-renowned whisky, named Fusion after the use of both Indian (75%) and Scottish peated barley (25%), distilled and matured separately and then brought together and married before being bottled. Bottled at 50%.
Nose: Red-skinned fruits, especially currants and plum, followed by tropical banana, pineapple, and guava.
Palate: Red fruits again, and some citrus now (orange). The caramel and vanilla picks up, as do the classic rye baking spices (especially all spice). Some tongue tingle and a bit of burn (likely due to the 50% ABV).
Finish: Fairly long. Lingering orange and berry sweetness, plus some artificial sweetness (banana candies?).