The nose is really nice and gaining complexity with aeration and a very slight dilution, but the mouth does not follow. Bitterness dominates the finish and finish. A correct Whisky , but not transcendent.
Vanilla, coconut. Tingling alcohol. Light woody. Stops with aeration. Ask a little time to open. Slight notes of sweet coffee. Ripe fruit, quince paste. Notes of dried fruits and pear after adding a few drops of water.
Burn of alcohol. Pretty dry and nervous. Suave then slightly bitter, herbaceous. First the fruit and then a spicy side spicy. Evokes pear brandy. The addition of a streak of water reinforces this impression, but immediately gives an aqueous sensation.
Average. We find the coconut. Bitter and astringent. Pear brandy.