To be honest, I'm not a big fan of such experiments. Perhaps that is why my opinion can be considered biased. I love whisky in traditional oaks. All the additional aging, as soon as I see it on the label, cause me to be cautiously disappointed. I can't remember when I've been thrilled by such an experience. In addition, if I wanted to drink cognac, I would open one of the bottles I have kept for years. I drink cognac twice a year: the first-on the first snow, the second-accidentally. I keep an open bottle because my wife puts it in a charlotte with apples.
Yes, it is very strong, very oaky, full of red apples, caramel candies drink. You can feel it in the smell.
The same taste, to which you should add the burning brightness of a high degree. With a drop of water, it becomes sweeter.
The same aftertaste. It felt like my mouth was burned like a barrel. Pour New make into me now please.