Delicate, fruity, sweet nose. Pretty "irish" as a profile. Peaches, lychee, it smells like summer. In the mouth, ooh, too bright! Final on the fruits, with a little burned too. With water the alcoholic integration is ... less bad.
It was too small to be properly assessed, but enough not to regret it too much. Why did he keep it in the barrel for so long? Faceless, indistinct whisky.
Significantly restrained aroma, mineral (not sea profile, but earthy, herbaceous, floral), vanilla, allspice, raisins in glaze (candy "Sea stones"), honey on honeycombs, apricot sour, raspberry leaves. Absolutely not alcoholic and very quiet aroma.
Very peppery, frankly dry and severe, to bitterness.
Pepper, dry, crispy, crunchy, white cherries, orange, raisins. It sounds good, even for a long time.