I found this version more sherry woody than the US 'single dark' version. Less complex too.
We start with a superb camphoric freshness.
We are on noble, waxed wood. Old furniture.
Fir honey, plum, date, cocoa, vanilla, chocolate mousse.
Very light dust.
Everything is balanced to perfection.
In the mouth it is a little more expressive than on the nose.
The dust takes the front a little.
The oak is very present, and slightly astringent.
The spices of the wood are expressed, on cocoa, liquorice.
We have plum, black cherry, lemon.
It's simpler and less balanced.
Long and spicy finish.
Camphor, lemon, liquorice, cocoa, molasses, wood, wood, wood.
Intense but comforting.
Very nice peppery freshness.