Teeling often has something like that. For me it is perfectly round and balanced. What flavors the brandy and cognac barrel delivers is not yet clear to me.
Because I find many of these flavors in the "normal" single malt, which matures in 5 different barrels. thats why
the PLV of this whole revival series is a bit too ambitious for me.
Fruity, floral with lots of fresh hay and vanilla. Light citrus fruits, occasionally slightly pungent smell in the nose. Fresh, slightly sour bread dough. Add some peaches, apricots and pears. Doesn't look very complex, but it is harmonious and round.
Exotic fruits, slightly spicy and spicy.
In addition sweet vanilla and creme brulee.
Some dry hay. Spices and bread dough mix everything up.
Not that bad.
Fresh mouthfeel remains, although the finish is rather short for me. Plus the sweetness of the pear.