Thing is, the finish becomes borderline sublime once the filling level is nearing the halfway mark.
If you've bought a bottle and are mildly disappointed, stick with it, let the sucker breathe, and ... just wait.
Bright fruit notes, honey, soft smoke.
Good balance between sweet, sour, and savory, with quite some bite for 22 years and such a large vatting.
Hard to explain... My closest comparison would be a really old (28-32 y.o.) bourbon-cask-matured Bunna. It's got this softly smoky, mellow-fruity, spicy-salty je-ne-sais-quois.
The kind of finish that has its *own* development, running from sharp to spicy to sweet-and-sour to savory/salty... Simply sublime.
Oh, and looooooooong.