Consistent in the nose / mouth / finish, interesting aromas with bitter honey, a great experience of a well matured bourbon barrel whisky.
At the very beginning: UHU / Ahoy lemon shower / Sugus-von-Suchard-pineapple chewy candy
Gently warmed up and with time in the glass: freshly cut pineapple, dandelion flowers, freshly mixed healing earth, slightly spicy-tart honey, ripe lemon, overall a strong impression, more and more mouthwashing honey notes.
Wonderfully silky and gentle, oily and ripe grapefruits, Moroccan mint, flower juice, perfectly balanced, the flavors slide through my teeth when chewing - always on the late summer citrus-fruity and flower-stressed side.
A hint of elderflower, then there are braised lemon fillets, the shortcrust pastry base of an apricot tart and generally light, light tones that stimulate saliva, an oak board on which light grapes are cut - a bit the teeth are covered.