I like it! I rarely dilute strong whiskys, but it's worth it. But I miss a bit the very special muff character that I like about the Ledaigs. The Sherrynoten are very dominant here.
Fully loaded with sherry, plums, raisins, chocolate, light smoke, at first it bites something in the nose, nut, caramel, very intense and creamy, below the surface it is also spicy, iodine, mint, but overall dominoes but the grape nut chocolate, some bacon is also there, suddenly a clear spicy honey note. with a little bit of water, it makes the nose right again, much more intense,
creamy sweet, sherry, plummy, fruity, again the smoke is very reserved, chocolate, espresso, honey, very intense, the cask strength is already noticeable, but not unpleasant, even something cinnamon, you almost want to chew it, also helps here Water, much fruity, a little lighter, the lusciousness is gone
Nut, sweet, espresso, bittersweet, plums, cold ashes, long-lasting, the bitter notes last longest, the creamy mouthfeel remains