42 years are an announcement and then when it says Fassfass I was really happy, that was not quite so.
A whiskey with right corners and edges that will meet one or the other, for me he was very exciting.
Good but no highlight.
It is surprising that despite the alcohol only 44.5%, the alcohol still burns slightly in the nose.
But then the Butterscoth comes through nicely but not intrusively and combines with sweet raisin muesli and cream.
He is not really round and balanced.
First, the sweetness of the honey and the cloves with the spice from the barrel, such as hay meadow and bitter almonds, pops into the mouth on the whole broadside, then a butter biscuit on the pattex comes out a little, in addition.
You can not really get more.
But it is also slightly confusing, the whiskey is not directly uncomfortable, but not complex and, above all, not really round.
A long but not strong finish.
The slight pungency and bitterness of the wood quickly dry and then remain slightly bitter on the tongue.