Mouth: Also very sweet at the beginning, a lot of honey and milk chocolate. Juicy oranges, tangerines (the sweet mandarin fillets from the tin), lots of power and well-integrated alcohol. As the first fruit wave with its exuberant sweetness subsides, it shows fine wood, more and more spice and well-integrated herbal notes. Again, this time a peppery pungency.
Finish: Very long, now with more and more dryness, peppery, but still with a reverb of orange, honey and fudge.
Conclusion: A very good malt, which at first attracted me with its sweetness and sweetness, but which also conveyed depth and complexity due to the increasing influence of wood over time. The longer I had it in the glass, the better it became.