like an old Longmorn from the 70s!
good, on old sherry with macerated fruits, cooked on tangerine, grapes, apricot, oily crushed nuts, dried mushrooms, a little noble mold, fruits on late harvest grapes, sweet, maderized and this mold that comes out
soaked woody, a little on musk, used leather, finesse of the scents with a touch of burnt or toasted caramel
oily, delicate, spices on white pepper, a little grassy, a creamy side, vanilla,
dry and slightly soggy wood, a little on sawdust at the bottom of a cutting blade, a little dry wax on the edges of a leather chair, a little malty and toasted, dry smokes, c 'is fatty on the palate, the spices on an infusion of cooking herbs, the fruits are macerated, juicy, but not very sweet, the skin of cooked tangerine, return of the slightly bitter almond shell giving a sudden freshness
cooler, less heavy than a Couvreur but with an obvious sherry vein
long, the intense toasted malt not to say smoky, the sweet caramel, pastry, the candied fruits there, complex fruit basket mix, the ash of the fire in the early morning.
A dram that feels its age!