Billy Walker runs his handwriting, unmistakably.
But can the 15er still keep his younger brothers under control?
Honestly.... he's having a hard time.
the smell of sherry is a bit restrained, citrus fruits directly when pouring, but after a few minutes in the glass the soft fruits have the upper hand. banana, pear.
the citrus smell turns on.
Here, too, there is a slight smell of caramel, but -- in my opinion -- not as much as in his younger brothers.
Wow.... Wood, spices and wood.... the fruits have ALMOST disappeared, tart, strong flavors are what count here.
I also have cinnamon here, as already mentioned by a previous writer.
slightly dry wood
yes, the "GGA slide" continues. From the classic fruits to the tart explosions in the mouth, the finish is almost unexpected. He flashes the bright, soft fruit once more before the cinnamon and damp wood say goodbye, accompanied by the spice.