Dark amber color.
Nose is even, in which berry wine notes stand out, there is a slight stench of a trash can (these notes were especially inherent in old releases), behind this, wood, vanilla, fruit, jam appear, and all this goes to ripe fruits, which are already starting to rot slightly, baking spices and cocoa beans are also noticeable.
Taste is smooth, with a noticeable sourness, with hints of spices, berries, wood, vanilla and apples.
Finish is long, opens with spices and hints of wood, moderately dry, with hints of berries and fruits.
The whisky is very well balanced, interesting, powerful enough and characteristic. Just what you need when you want to sit and rummage in whisky. This whisky is definitely not for drinking in bottles, not outgoing, but just for the egoist. You can savor it, reveal the shades and midtones that reveal over time.