Good dose of toffee, light raisins, a little bit of lemon peel, wet paper pulp, resin, a bit of burnt caramel, dried herbs, and a whiff of fresh hay. On the sweet side and quite light. After tasting we get full on butterscotch character.
Quite light, spicy, black pepper, wood spices, oak, cloves, nutmeg, quite a lot of barley, some toffee, oak is a bit dominant, bitter, and the texture is a bit grainy, not really smooth. Second chew brings more honey, toffee, oak still very present, still spicy, and it's becoming a bit watery, even woolly as well. Not the best mouthfeel. Third chew doesn't bring much new, a bit of dried herbs, very little tobacco leaves, and then some milk. Sort of an odd fellow - spicy, milky, sweet, watery, and woolly.
Black pepper, some oak, milky, toffee, grainy, woolly texture. A bit short, and a bit watery.