Interesting, a spring bench. And then also from a sherry barrel. The barrel does not impose itself at all. On the tongue he has a lot of fun and doesn't look like almost 50%, but rather like almost 60%. And you don't really notice the age - though: there is a dryness on the tongue and in the finish - but, maybe, yes ...
Initially has a small alcoholic sting - a little oxygen should not harm that, so let it stand for a while.
So now. Light fruits (green apple, apricots, lemon), honey, vanilla. Sweet and creamy, with some malt and a hint of cereals. Light seasoning, not too intense.
Pretty strong start. Very creamy and full, fruity sweet and at the same time salty. Sweet honeydew melon, apricot, lemon, vanilla, honey, malt. Over time, a certain dryness in the oral cavity develops. Freshly washed laundry in the wind, gummy bears.
Medium length, much drier than on the tongue. Salt, honeydew melon, vanilla, fresh biscuit dough, toffee. Finally, a slightly musty cellar aroma - or maybe a feeling of damp, soaked cork.