Although less sweet and ingratiating than its predecessors again, a strong single pot still on a very high level.
Dried plums and dates, raisins swirled in sherry. A spice cabinet: nutmeg, rosemary, thyme, cumin and some pepper. The nose makes the whiskey appear dark, conjuring up associations of an old leather suite and a wood-paneled library. In addition to the spices then wild herbs and after a while, sweet sugar beet syrup, which does not last very long.
Very creamy and oily, warming and in spite of 58.2% not in the least burning. Milk chocolate and raisins, plus the great pot still spices, as they already stood out in the nose. Liquorice snails and fine herbaceous herbs. At the beginning a little sweet (again the sugar beet syrup), but this also disappears quite quickly on the tongue. Leather and tobacco notes and still a lot of licorice.
Medium-long and creamy with the taste of toffee sweets, cold milk coffee, licorice and pepper on the tongue.