Palate: For its age and its volume of alcohol, quite frankly, it is hyper melted in the mass. The impact of maturation is impressive, I was expecting a great discovery, but it is beyond my expectations. The fans of sherry monster should find pleasure. There is a mix of dried fruits, prunes, dates, a more acidulous character like that found on some coffee a little strong. Wrapping, with a powerful honey. Of course it is a little to the detriment of the smoke, although it will take the aspect of tobacco in this case, the clan kind.
Finale: Chocolate, on raisins. Roasting notes, slightly drier, always with this old wood. Smoke, ash, but it stays soft. However this aspect will be growing, which is the little cherry on the cake for me.