What could that be? Everything! Find the idea with the Clynelish but good.
Objection: Wax note and Clynelish definitely fits very well ... but does the rest fit?
No, not the rest, but you know, in principle it can be anything. At least I would get involved with non-Speyside, but that's also advised.
So the mouthfeel is really awesome, exactly my thing actually. Nothing that kills you and a nice change from the tip of the tongue to the finish.
Bourbon keg, I do not think so. Rather refill sherry or really any wine.
Notes from a blind online chat tasting.
Bites something in the nose, otherwise very full, pear, fermented fruit, malt. Settles pretty fast, much calmer now. No more fermentation notes, at least barely, vanilla full, coffee! I had rarely in the nose so far. First warm a lot of lemon and beeswax. Is becoming increasingly acidic. The acid then goes back and he looks increasingly harsh with herbs, the fermentation notes come back too.
After the first sip, the nose is now much darker. (My son thinks he smells like a Pils!). Acts now very civilized compared to earlier. Still, vinous notes are still in the nose, just not so fermented.
Prickling at the start, I clearly see it over 46%, at least 50. On the flavors side, first honey and herbs divide the field, with a few fruity accents. At first it could be pineapple, later it would be banana. Overall, very pleasant. I do not believe in the Sauternes. Nose yes, mouth no.
The second sip is noticeably faster, otherwise the same picture becomes sweeter at the back.
Is much sweeter on the finish and is actually surprisingly long. Warms up nicely too.
Second sip: Now puts a really very pleasant acidity on the palate. Now also developing an idea menthol.