Not so the Burner. Partly one-dimensional and one is happy when there are no miss notes.
a torrid bourbon-like vanilla, very straightforward and soft, toffee, honey, white oak, floral with a few marshmallows no corners - no edges - no character
something stronger in the onset, alcohol stands out a bit, in return insanely soft fudge, coffee with unfortunately a little too much bitterness from the bar wood, unbalanced, here comes the influence of the ex-Bourbon barrel clearly visible, grated coconut, a hint of spice and ripe citrus fruits, rather dry with too much acid, uninspired
Oranges and caramel, slightly dry and warming, only the slightly caramel white oak wood lingers a bit longer