Nose: malty, mashed, beery, fruity (green apples). Some licorice. Very classic. Mouth: mild and soft with the aroma, not too vigorous (46%?), Fruits, cereals. Finish: licorice, fruit, slightly tart, slightly mineral. Honest Malt.
Not bad at all, could have tolerated a few more years in the barrel that was quite inactive for my taste. But works very round and extremely tasty (especially for the age). With a few years more on the back and the resulting gain in wood / spice flavors that would be a great part.
sweet raisins clearly a sherry barrel but rather subtle (refill?), dry clay note / earthy, plum
Caramel, creamy mouthfeel with time drier development of sherry flavors, milk chocolate, figs
Milk and caramel (has some of caramel cream candy), gingerbread spices, approach of wood
Original Tasting NotesOpens with an earthy, rich quality plus sweet spices and a dry sherried character. The palate opens sweetly then runs to a drier, mouth coating character with caramelised nuts and chewy liquorice.The finish is medium long, lightly spiced (dry) and tails to a warming cough drop quality. ( J )
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