Like it a lot. I find the twist in the nose from grassy and herbaceous to tropical and fruity when you give the malt time in the glass - and you should definitely do it, it's worth it.
If you give it the time, you get a rather delicate, but very complex malt.
Some grass / heather / hay, thyme (?), Well-integrated alcohol, dry wood, some vanilla. In the covered snifter, honey notes and a few tropical fruits collect. The longer the standing time, the more clearly the fruit notes come to the fore, as do the fine wood notes.
Oily, sweet, immediately the tropical fruits with mango and pineapple. After a bit of rolling in your mouth, you can also feel the heather, wood and alcohol with a pleasantly light tingling sensation.
Medium length. Hardly anything new is added, but it fits. Maybe a little more cocoa and espresso towards the end, hardly any bitter substances on the palate.