Rating: Consistent and somehow refreshingly different and varied. Only the very last, somewhat metallic aftertaste ensures that the 90 point mark does not fall. Good and delicious 89 points.
Basic flavors: fruits (light), citrus fruits, honey, oak
Description: The nose is fresh-light-fruited. A mixture of pears, quince, peach, green apples and ripe gooseberries bedded on organ shells. There is also some honey and a slightly bitter oak. The alcohol is well integrated. As expected, this "plain oak" filling is really different than the deep-dark Sherry-Family Casks. Different delicious. An altogether very beautiful, light-fruited ensemble.
Basic flavors: oak, spices, fruits (light), chocolate, nut
Description: Surprisingly creamy, the drop hits the tip of the tongue and the second surprise will not be long in coming. The bright fruits are also present in the taste, but it is surprisingly malty and spicy. The oak gives this spice. Initially, its woody taste is accompanied by pepper and ginger. Then milk chocolate and hazelnuts flare up. After this short sweet insert, it is in the transition to the finish but again increasingly dry and harsh. Incidentally, I can find some fruits rather difficult.
Basic flavors: oak, spicy, nut, metal
Description: The finish is medium long. Nutty and spicy, the bitter oak sounds pleasant. Over time, it gets really, very dry. At the end of the day, this filling leaves a slight metallic aftertaste on my palate. This metallic aftertaste does not destroy the overall nice and good overall picture; but I could do without him.