This information from the distillery is a bit surprising, because if you enter the respective TÉireoir code, you will find the following age information:
Edition 1.1 Maturation: 3 years, 7 months, 27 days
Edition 1.2 Maturation: 3 years, 10 months, 23 days
After Adam Riese and Eva Zwerg, it doesn't quite make three months, which is something different than almost four months. Whereby, if you interpret it in Irish, then it should work ...
But no matter, the few months do not matter here anyway, whether it is just under three or just under four months. Both editions are not that different, although it must be said that my Edition 1.1 has had a certain amount of time to breathe.
Nevertheless, the notes are congruent:
Very fresh first impression. Spring flower meadow, fresh laundry. Malt, milk chocolate. Because of its youth, one looks for green knots, pear notes, maybe also for warm tin - but: none. Instead, fresh yeast dough, vanilla and honey are added in the further nosing. As before, the spring flowers, they set the tone (and at the same time tasty).
Strong, full, creamy and fruity-sweet. Ripe strawberries, some rhubarb. Clearly chocolate and caramel. Fresh bread dough. Floral sweetness without being overwhelming. It's amazing how mature it looks on the tongue. Over time, peppery flavor, paprika powder, a hint of chili.
Medium length (actually!) And dry. Malt and sugar beet syrup, honey, ground coffee beans, chocolate, pepper, grated nutmeg, flavored pipe tobacco, dried apricots, cut flowers.