With enough air, I find the nose very dignified. Dark, tart fruits (plums and cherries), a slightly sour, fragrant sherry influence that does not appear superimposed, a slightly resinous, waxy impression, and dark mint chocolate. New leather jacket. Far in the background Danish smoked salt. For me, the European oak is quite present in the mouth, giving it a concise nutty-herbaceous spiciness in my perception. The wood influence is wonderfully integrated and does not kill the distillate in any way. The malt has a certain elegance with a full, malty body. In the finish, aromatic dark cherries and plums come to the fore again. Fancy!