Molasses, very ripe plums, musty and damp wooden cabinet, bourbon vanilla, overripe red apple, toffee, prunes.
This would be better off on the rocks, I think. It's quite dry, but on the palate it's also really sweet. Very spicy, new oak spices and dryness, freshly cut grass juice bitterness, wood juices. Refined white sugar sweetness, rolls off quite quickly and just leaves the dryness and the spices. Second chew brings nicer notes of apple brandy and light toffee, but the spices are getting increasingly aggressive. Third chew is better, fuller, but it's so spicy and alcohol aggressive that my lips are going numb. The texture is thicker and sweetness is better balanced, while bitterness has come down a bit. Spices are still explosive, though.
Ripe red apples, toffee, lots of wood spices, ginger, oak, and a very fragrant note lingers.