Well, its been a month since I brewed it.
I first tried it warm, long story and it just tasted like sugar water. Looked like a bad brew. Not so. Two weeks later and wow. Hints of pine on the nose, toffee apple taste, hint of butterscotch.
Would I brew it again? Yes, but I would go for a more noble hop at bittering and perhaps more Motueka for aroma. Just not enough hop on the nose. Time will tell I guess, still got 20 odd bottles there. I'll leave them be for now.
Brian has been brewing more than me lately - he's passed on a Munich Lager, Bock and his first hit at partial mash and Irish Stout. Might post some notes on how they taste.