Nose: it starts with a double pack: many tropical fruits combined with a gentle load of Olorososherry. Wine gum, mango, passion fruit, raisins, dried apricot, sweetened peaches and a large portion of cream caramel candies, slightly vinous, the oak is super well integrated and picks up the malt with a great spice (cinnamon and a few cloves and licorice) on the next level. Again and again, something maritime, salty, shines through. Everything is very complex, well interwoven and very harmonious and he is also very strong despite the only 42.5%
Taste: strong onset, great mouthfeel. Here, the sherry dominates stronger, nutty, almonds, dried fruit, some milk chocolate, oak, cinnamon and liquorice
Finish: long, it flows like crude oil down the throat, fruity with a lot of marzipan, cherries, the oak is also clear, but not overpowering and above all without bitterness, after a while hazelnuts, and licorice notes are added.
This nose is strong as a bear, in the taste it decreases a bit, the finish is again really great - 91 points