I would say a good start, and you realize that there are good barrels here, but you also notice that the whisky is just too young, but in a few years this could be really delicious stuff, potential is there, and like me now better than the standard of Schliersee.
Has a distinct beer flavor, plus strong lemon, results in Radler. Beautiful honey sweetness, and yellow fruits like banana, peach, pear, honeydew melon and some pineapple. I also find a nice hint of vanilla, as well as notes of freshly cut grass. The alcohol view is well integrated, but stands out from time to time. The oak is barely noticeable in the nose.
Easy onset, watery mouthfeel. Now the oak is suddenly here, that came unexpectedly, the yellow fruits and vanilla are interwoven in the oak, also roast and malt aromas are there. Will always peppery, which is also due to the alcohol.
Short. Dominated by oak and pepper, the alcohol is noticeable with a cooling menthol note.