I'm missing the last click to give him the +90.
But a dram that's fun.
The alcohol in particular is well integrated in the taste and finish, so no water is needed. In the nose it needs some time for the same result.
Grandpa's old warehouse, or rather the cellar, where old wine barrels are stored. With a decent layer of dust, with the alcohol slightly in the air.
The nose changes over time, becomes less sweet, rather drier, the alcohol also evaporates more and it goes in the direction of a cigar/humidor.
It takes a while, then comes a lot of strawberries, then some alcohol, but not too much.
The red berries become even darker, towards currants and raspberries.
Round, soft, a little dry, a little lemon.