Aroma: sweet-sour, plum jam, caramel, black currant with sugar, very pleasant wood (old lacquered furniture, cigar humidor), vanilla, walnut, flavored tobacco and all this complements the malt-bread notes.
Taste: sweet-spicy, dark raisins, prunes, nuts, dark chocolate, nutmeg, cinnamon, pleasant woody tannins.
Finish: rather lightweight (still it is only 43%), dried fruit, light spices: cinnamon, dried ginger, slightly oak tannins, slowly fading, of medium length.
Bottom line: reference made dvenashka! In fact, a molt feels at least 15 years old and this is probably the best that can be achieved from an almost minimal fortress. Everything is rich, harmonious and balanced, excellent barrels that give a sense of antique furniture.
I have not tried anything else from the F & F series, but this molt spurs to try.