Sir Richard Patterson in Hawaiian shirt? This is the mental image that came to me when I saw the pedigree of this whisky. On the nose, sweet and honeyed but still a little weak. With a little water, we have apples, wood dust and a lot of freshness. But it's not foufou in terms of intensity. In the mouth, very spicy and it is the bourbon cask that marks initially before giving way to the aromas of rum at the end of the mouth, even in the final. With a little water, the sweetness is increased, to the detriment of spices. There is malt and fresh fruit. Interesting to see that with a barrel change and an atypical title we can shatter the character of a distillery.