The 10yo CS Batch # 012 (from 2020) is much more intense and full.
Cool smoke, rather in the ashy direction, strong alcohol with menthol freshness, a bit of citrus and vanilla. With time and a little hand warmth, the medical impact will come. Slight malt sweetness in the background. I don't feel anything from oak spice. After a long time in the glass, the alcohol comes out more clearly, pear can be felt, and grain dust.
Unexpectedly sweet start, then strong cold smoke, also here ashy again, light citrus freshness, then pepperiness and tingling on the tip of the tongue, at the end a few tannins.
Medium length, but warming, again the ashes, in between honey sweetness, slight bitterness on the palate.