The Marsala cask clearly makes its contribution, and just ahead: too much. In the "Spot Series" he agrees well with the Green Spot and the Yellow Spot, the spots have always been a bit different.
A fat sweetness that flows towards you from the glass. But the Marsala barrel has done a great job. Dried figs and sweet raisins. At the beginning, only a little spicy, the sweetness initially overlaps all the other flavors. If he gets a bit of "rest", spices slowly come out of the background and have leather and tobacco notes in tow. Cinnamon, marjoram, cloves, nutmeg and pepper, tasty mixture, which now makes you want more. Now he looks more like a classic single pot still, which one could doubt something at the beginning.
Mild and very creamy onset - and while you still think what that is for a boring comrade, he shoots spices without end, with pepper forms a major component. Milk chocolate, toffee and vanilla. Cherries, raisins and fruit candy flavor. Mentholig and drifts at times towards children Em-Eukal, but the spices take something of the sweetness.
Medium long and dry with time. Cherry flavor and menthol, wood. Menthol thinner in the finish than he could probably be at the age of 15.