At first I would have probably guessed an unsweetened rum blindly. A mixture of Agricole Rhum, unsweetened low ester (Barbados) and unsweetened high ester (Jamaica). So intense the tropical aromas.
After that, vibes of noodle soup join the potpourri of fruit flavors. Strange but I like it. Kavalan CS atypically no alcohol stinging, only a very slight cooling.
The more glass contact/area, the more intense the fruit.
Not everyone will like the nose because it is different.
Typical tingling at the beginning, then great fruit aromas again, on the palate I feel reminded of a borbon barrel maturation > 20 years. That's not unusual for this type of barrel aging. Bright, sweet tropical fruits like star fruit, dragon fruit, and papaya. Just a little cask spice, some vanilla and caramel. High intensity, really successful and very tasty.
In the finish again rumfass-typical pineapple, mango and kiwi gold. Wonderfully present. Perhaps the strongest side of the malt. And screams for more.