Nice whisky with intense sweetness, which then decreases a little on the palate.
From my gut feeling I say: amazement.
(Comment afterwards: Crazy how you can be wrong in the distillery!: D Due to the enormous sweetness and certain character traits, I thought it was something in the direction of Stauning. Stop with enormous sweetness. What must also be noted: I would have over 57% never typed! Impressive.)
An intense, almost arrogant sweetness immediately flows out of the glass at the beginning. In addition, vanilla and light, sweet fruit notes. Then the whole thing turns towards cookie dough / pastry notes. The alcohol is well integrated, nothing stands out. It is noticeable as cooling as possible. After a while, light marzipan and maybe a few reddish fruits appear. In addition, the sweetness becomes a little mustier and creamier. Very interesting. Light milk chocolate and vanilla cream follow. Overall, a nice, flattering malt, but the sweetness outweighs too much for me personally. After some time has passed, sweet nutty notes appear.
Significantly spicier and drier. Schnapps-like nut notes, plus sweet chocolate / milk chocolate and cocoa. Or, to be more precise: nut chocolate. With light, spicy wood notes. The sweetness is much more subtle, but still present. Slightly musty fruit notes can be found in the background. The alcohol is also wonderfully integrated here and provides a maximum of a slightly spicy touch. Nutty, woody-spicy with a delicate sweetness, that's how it could be summed up.
Very pleasant, delicate sweetness, again slightly nutty with a little sweet chocolate. In addition, some light, spicy wood notes. The whisky stays pleasantly long on the palate.