But he really needs some water to play his full class.
Expressive, nuanced, complex, dense. Eucalyptus, thyme. Next to it a nice warm, ripe yellow fruit and beeswax, honey, very deep. Lemon balm and many floral notes. A hint of phenolic.
With water: the typical rich Clynelish fruitiness (Mirabelle, Reneclauden, Orange) comes up high, fresher, rose petals, flowery, lavender, dense. Complex.
The oak lightens in the background. Great nose!
Harmonious, round, somewhat phenolic and old cupboard. Behind it a nice lush yellow fruitiness, vanilla, velvety. Medium-density (could tolerate a little more bum). Complex, concentrated.
With water: pure silk, honey and yellow fruit full, plus OBF. Amazingly, in volume increases, becomes much fruity, fuller, more intense and also clearer. Elegant. The aromas from the nose come again. Concentrated and dense.
Fine, many spices (Piement, cloves, vanilla), getting dry, now the long barrel bearing shows clearly. Slightly drying.
With water: warming, more fruit, less spices, honey, round, elegant, medium-long, elegant and fine. Becomes drier and more kräutriger behind.