Despite almost 60% in the nose not very alcoholic but noticeable. As expected, very fruity. Pickled lychee around the corner from the Chinese. Lots of citrus notes, sour, lime juice. Mixed pickled fruit salad from these tin cans. Subtle hints of wood and leatheriness. In the mouth it is quite spicy at the beginning, but very sweet but not very vanilla, but nice and fruity. Again this lychee taste, almost a bit artificial, Haribo Tropifrutti. Very salivating. This gummy bear-tropical mix again in the finish. Then slowly become bitter, slightly metallic, slightly sharp. Nice single cask, understand what Jim Muray likes about it. Not a high-flyer (yet), but show me that you can look to Wales more often. 87 points.