very closed, it takes time.
After about 30 minutes in the glass you think you would have poured a soft whiskey on a fresh oak board.
A very nice nose after freshly sawn young spicy oak, with vanilla and caramel. Add some grapefruit peel.
The alcohol hardly comes to light, despite the 56.4%
a strong start. Sweet, the spice prickles on the tongue. He is very harmonious and hardly burns despite the high ABV.
The wood is noticeable. Very tasty, a really good barrel. No astringency, it stays round.
Sweetness, vanilla, caramel and a fruitiness towards grapefruit or lemon zest, with a nuanced quince.
Everything fits together here.
Long finish. Vanilla, caramel, oak. He stays balanced, and asks for the next sip.