in short, a very good speyside!
it goes strong, with rest for 3/4 hours, just to feel the strength of the alcohol, the glue, the dry but intense wood;
then old sherry with candied fruit, dust,
honey, yeast with icing sugar!
recessed spices, well-oiled walnuts and orange zest then come, then the stewed orange compote, toasted sensation in the end!
sweet, fruits on orange, marmalade, dried and candied white grapes,
wood and leather (the sleeve of the chair!), a little dust, then the wood more present.
then the dark chocolate arrives, the candied orange, a little menthol herbs and a slight bitterness, erased by a return still very sweet!
spices are more pronounced at this level.
return of dried glue, honey, milk chocolate, maderized fruits and dried mirabelles on the pants (when picking, with wood dust and leaves!)
woody, dry in the mouth with slight bitterness, then fruit in shambles, well cooked and macerated and a little varnish, walnut oil.
final average to long on the same markers!