But this one is missing something.
The wood has the upper hand and that is why it is somewhat astringent and bitter. Especially in the aftertaste.
N: oily and creamy, margarine, tea leaves, vanilla, lemon, guava, pears, dried fruits, figs, violets,
P: oak bitters, malty, toasted bread, caramel, caramelized sugar, vanilla, greasy mouthfeel.
F: peppers & nutmeg, light bitter. Maybe a little dry and astringent.