I tasted it head to head with the regular 40% version. This one is more robust, and more in balanced as it is not dominated by the fruit. It has more spice, and not too much in my opinion. If you are overly sensitive to spice, then the 40% version might be the better choice for you.
It's more powerful and with some more depth than its non CS brother. There is - just as in the regular one - a fruity note of pear and red apple, but backed by some white raisin. The cereal note is rather robust (oily, husky) which works perfectly for me. The wood has added notes of graphite/pencil shaving, toffee, coconut and baking spice.
Full-bodied, oily and pleasant. There is a little sting from the alcohol, but it isn't disturbing. Pear drops, apple cake, rum raisin, a bit of lemon zest. Further: honeyed cereal bar, husks, creme brulee. Towards the end, ginger dominated spice comes into play.
Short to moderate, now with more grip and influence of the wood. The ginger and other spices get louder, just like the cake-like influence. The fruit is still there, giving enough balance.