Nose: vaguely fruity
Mouth: sherbert, fruit, honey. Clean and fun.
Finish: incredibly smooth.
Well, single pot stills are supposed to use less malted barley, or something. But I'm not sure I could reliably distinguish a "single pot" from, say, a clean tasting lowland Scottish "single malt".
I enjoyed the 12 year old Redbreast a while ago, and liked it. This one's good too.