My first Caperdonich. With a thought for Etienne Bouillon, creator of The Belgian Owl who now works with stills used by Caperdonich. A discreet nose, quite elusive. It evolves constantly, passing by the flowers, the apple, the waxed wood, fruit more compote. Light but pleasant. In the mouth: then, it's beautiful. Soft but pressed, melted. At a time when we say that age does not count - and even I can say it on occasion - there 20 years of barrels, you feel them. This impression of fade characteristic of old malts. Spices very well proportioned, fresh fruit found in the final, super greedy, long, spicy, with a hint of bitterness.