From the 10's he has a little bit of fruitiness, from the 12 CS a bit of "dirt" and pebble taste and the depth that the 15's already has, you can find here a bit more clearly.
The 46% are perfect, would not be more.
Spicy, fruity and mineral nose at the same time. Mashed bananas, dusted with cinnamon, orange slices peppered with cloves, lemon juice. Pebbles moistened with seawater that slowly dry in the sun. Malt, toffee, a hint of vanilla, milk chocolate, heather herbs. Juicy, refreshing, inviting.
Full and dry start with dark chocolate, malt, and mild herbs. The bananas and oranges as well as the lemon on the tongue, but spicy than in the nose. Lost pebbles from the sea. Delicate smoke, not to be confused with the spicy oak from the bourbon casks. Initially similar to "sparkling" and refreshing as the nose, then quickly come "mature" notes (oak, loamy soil) and give depth.
Medium long and slightly dry. Now it is becoming increasingly difficult to separate the smoke from the oak, could be both. Still with nice fruit content. Sea salt, licorice and chain fat form the conclusion.