Smell: apple-sour base tone, fine sherry sweetness in the base, cinnamon, tree bark, German. Pear tones, pure fruit, well integrated alcohol, according to the solvent note (not unpleasant!), Ripe pomaceous fruit, beautiful harmony with malty undertones, with air vanilla and slightly squeezed and fermented apple
Taste: German. Wood spice as a counterpart to the present fruit aromas, great balance with fine bitter almond tones, dark chocolate with just the minimum cocoa content for this chocolate category, the alcohol pushes German. more than on the nose, the wood is also present in the medium in combination with a dry cocoa tone. to lg. Reverberation,
Color: burnished gold tone, clear, narrow WR
Conclusion: German. more classic, less made-up and less barrel-driven than the current 21s, thus slimmer and more differentiated, more fruity and less "loud" - simply an "out of date" interpretation of the current 21s, and thus a short journey through time to the original character of the whisky ...
Unfortunately (as with many classic red wines) an increasingly dying species, which has probably been replaced by the flashier successors for marketing reasons .... And "by the way": A year in the opened bottle could then "double sense" by the way, do not harm old boys at all!