Still very good, though.
Classic, long-matured, ex-bourbon Bunna: herbal, creamy, oily, waxy, grassy, pleasantly acidic and framed by that trademark mineralic, salty tang. A soft farmy touch and a whiff of chlorine make sure that this doesn't get boring. Top notch. I don't know about you, but I could nose this all day.
25-and-over Bunnies often labor under an already-much-diminished alcohol level; that's not an issue here. Plenty of power, though the whole is less complex than on the nose. Other than that, we're in safe territories here, with a nice sweet-and-sour combo: popcorn, peanut butter, and corn syrup meet kiwi, lime juice, and grapefruit. Some fennel, licorice root, and herbal honey, as well. And of course everything is sprinkled with sea salt.
Very soft and subdued, considering the age and ABV, and only of medium length. Other than that, no complaints. Lime juice and sea salt, what's not to like?