Taste: very sweet and creamy, then the oak with chocolate, then a real fruit bomb with malt candy, oak, white coffee, chocolate, again nuts and caramel.
Finish: very long, the oak holds really well with this strong malt-fruit-caramel mixture.
It takes a little time in the glass, but it is rewarded, it really opens with air.
Forget the € 150 that is now being called for him, € 80 fits better, I paid a little more at the time. However, it is very drinkable and beautifully independent, the brandy cask gives it a nice unique selling point with the mineral Bunna nuttiness.