The second smell: liquorice, lavender, aftershave rather than whisky.
With lots of movement, warming and streaking (the Bourbon Cask had tears), now comes something with young oak and porridge. The latter could also be the character of a distillery. PS: No trace of smoke. But a beautiful golden color.
Oak wort and sweetness penetrate the palate with all their might. Now smoke is rushing in, but bridled by French herbs. Then it is cared for sweetly, before it meanders slightly oak-spicy and slightly peated towards the medium-long finish.
This is a very unusual whisky, the nose of which is rather shocking, but which has a lot to offer the palate.