Sweeter, softer / creamier, more fruit on the nose.
The taste is sweeter, spicier and fruity than before.
[86 - 82 = good whisky -> get a second bottle? Maybe ...] mmmh, in this case actually, earned 86 points for me with an upward trend.
initially a light vanilla aroma (I didn't have the clarity in the previous batches) and also more honey than usual.
At the after-tasting I still have a lemon aroma, which is not sour, but rather sweet.
Icing sugar sweetness, the spice of nutmeg and cinnamon, a nice load of herbs spreads out.
White grapes have a slightly sour note, but this is dominated by sweet notes, which has a certain complexity for me, as there is a play between light acidity and rather sweet wine notes.
For me the sweetest of all batches so far (1-6). He also doesn't seem as stormy young as the previous batches 3 and 5.
Further light fruits, but in terms of color no longer light yellow (unripe pear, green apple), but juicy yellow (ripe pear, yellow / red apple).
The hay note and sometimes also the vegetable note, which I always somehow had in all other batches, I no longer have here at all.
only a gentle start, but the spice is immediately present and presses on the tongue with full load. Fruits of apple, pear and apricot are more sweetish.
Vanilla croissants with blossom honey.
Second sip: spicy, fruity, ginger spiciness (youthful spiciness) presses on the tongue again, but then becomes softer / creamier again ... nice.
here one notices the youth again. Something remains of the oak tannins, it is also becoming drier, which is probably due to the STR barrels; otherwise it flew by quite quickly - but it shouldn't necessarily be expected otherwise.
Light dark chocolate.