If one seemed more bourbon to me, the other was definitely marked by Sherry.
Here it is a bit of in between.
The fruits are present, lively, exotic and it is very well balanced. We might lack a bit of definition, and less woody bitterness.
The tasting started on an 88, then ended on a 90/91. Give him time.
We have above all camphor fruit.
Mango, apricot, peach, orange, lemon, pineapple and even a little kiwi.
Light shoe polish cream. Milk chocolate.
Wood, cloves, cinnamon. Slight bitterness.
Medicinal, camphor, eucalyptus.
In the mouth it is oily.
The woody bitterness takes the front with its spices.
Pepper, cloves, cinnamon, cocoa.
We are on the zest of lemon, orange, peach and pear.
Light smoke and oily peat.
With aeration, the fruit follows the exoticism of the nose, with mainly passion fruit, kiwi, pineapple.
Long finish on the fruit in syrup. Pineapple, plum, orange, papaya. Szechuan pepper, fresh mint, oily peat. Very successful.