The first thing that comes to mind are a lot of spices. Cinnamon, anise and a little coriander play the main role.
There is actually some alcohol behind it. But just so that it makes the whole thing interesting and doesn't bother you.
Fruits make their way. Nothing fresh but dried or pickled. Plums, raisins and grandmother's rum pot. Speaking of rum: molasses and brown sugar come after. The whole thing will be very sweet
As wes ends in the nose, it continues on the tongue. Quite sweet and very characterized by lightly burnt molasses. Then a strong oak spice hits and the tongue becomes slightly furry. The furry immediately turns into pepper.
Only now does fruit come out of the nose, but most likely in the form of a rum pot.
Behind everything lies a certain age, balance and calm.
Delicious! Even if not as strong as the nose.
When I leave I miss more vol% for the first time. Here the malt lacks some body that contributes to the finish. The strong aromas from the mouth and nose still hold up a little and then give the whole thing a little fullness