It's true that the dark chocolate complements the whole thing very nicely, but it scratches the palate too much.
A drop of water...
The aroma... much milder, sweeter with a predominance of yeast dough crumble, there is a delicate meadow of flowers, the resin aspects are less noticeable.
Taste... Oh, it's really good, sweet, cookie-like, vanilla, chocolatey, still sweet, ripe fruit, and very ripe, well-dried walnuts.
Finish... Long, pleasant, without scratching, chocolate with lots of butter cookies,... Great
To sum up...
Artur Brzychcy selected Rambler for the Gentlemen's Box as a super whisky, but for it to be super, it needs a few drops of water, then it becomes a unique dram, nice and pleasant to drink. For a drop of water, I would add an additional 4 points, which would translate into an overall score of 89 points.
fresh, resinous, pine needles, green grass, sweet, vanilla, then comes the sweetness of ripe melon, honeydew apples, pear, milk chocolate
sweet, biscuits, butter cookies, ginger, walnuts, honeycomb, slightly spicy, young oak, coffee grounds
long, warm, honey-bitter, with dark chocolate in the background, oak, scratching the palate with strongly burnt shortcrust cookies