Very fine-flavored white oak, intense light vanilla with freshly grated coconut shavings, dusty cardboard, rum, banana, apricot and pineapple also make it sweet and fruity, with hints of glue
Definitely a bourbon barrel, but it is unbalanced, because the dram is fresh and dull and chemically in a very strange way at the same time. The 60.5% vol. Have their share.
Vanilla and malt, very lightly toasted soft oak pushes forward and pauses, pineapple and a lot of coconut, fine spices of cloves and nutmeg, also some cinnamon, dried herbs, caramel-like melt, some plum jam, honey and toast
Here, too, the white oak is concise, with cinnamon and clove, lots of desiccated coconut, very slightly dry with banana and vanilla, rum aroma, a little malt, unfortunately not particularly long-lasting, at the end a little liquid honey