Both bourbon and sherry barrels (were there among other things PX barrels in there? Unfortunately, I don't know of the batch) participate, although the bourbon component is a bit too intense for my personal taste. It can shine on the nose: very round, soft and full. But then it falls off.
The sweetness of juicy raisins and expansive vanilla oak greet the nose, fine spice with the sounds of cinnamon tanks is a bit off, caramel slowly joins in, maple syrup creeps up on the caramel, plenty of honey sticks to the oak wood, juice orange and bitter orange give the citrus fraction its honor , dried figs covered with chocolate still push hard, a fresh note of anise drops by
Honey and oak with a light spice at the start, bitterness in the background, dried figs marinated in sweet wine, vanilla and other influences from the bourbon barrel can be discovered, slightly creamy, very soft, but unfortunately also a bit thin on the tongue
Bitterness with a little sulfur and fine oak wood spice, honey sweetness, vanilla and white oak wood, fennel, flattens quickly, but sweet wine comes out again