Tasting Notes: Nose: Very sweet, full of ripe, red fruits, blackberries, cherries, dried fruit and balsamic of the very first quality. He appears really extremely dense, closed, vinous, sour and sweet at the same time. In addition, over time comes a fine honey note, and woodiness is there, but does not sting in the nose, is well integrated.
Mouth: Amazingly light and elegant on the palate. Again, these ripe wild berries show, but now complemented by tobacco, herbs and earthy notes. I am really surprised that hardly any bitterness can be found here and how easy and playful the malt dances on the tongue. The alcohol is well integrated.
Finish: Pretty long, surprisingly mild, dry and with elegant sherry tones.
Conclusion: So now I'm really flat! Had I expected an absolute wooden board in view of the extremely dark color, here was a really surprisingly elegant and light malt, which is so tasty that you could quickly drink more of it than you would like. However, one or the other might find it difficult to find some whisky in the whole sherry. If you like it, you'll love it. If you are looking for balance and complexity, you should look elsewhere. https://whiskycuse.wordpress.com/