Baked apples, cinnamon, varnished wood, wax, meat, dried herbs, dry wood (flourishes), spices. It's warm, hyper caressing, but the opening simplifies it enormously, reduced to vanilla and honey typical of this barrel. (But since we start from very high, I pinaille!)
A deluge of spices, but the whole is not drying, it keeps a juicy side very appreciable. Deep, on the leather, we have oxidized fruits that evoke cognac. Peat is minimal. We have some honey and nothing coffee. Everything is very generous.
Slightly peaty, on coffee, the spices unfurl with clove and nutmeg in mind. Bitter and sweet at the same time. Frangipane in the empty glass.
Nose 5/5 initially, then 4/5
Mouth and finish 5/5
Whisky n ° 1882