Pencil shavings (very nice oak, bit like virgin oak even), green fruits (apple and pear), some nuttiness', some butter and wax is in there too. Those are most dominant, there is more but for me it changes each time I nose it.
Thick mouthfeel, now exotic fruits start to appear, the oak is still clearly definable, is balanced and introduces a hint of bitterness, butter cookies, some toffee in the back ground.
Even though its 55,5%, the drink goes down very gentle and the mouthfeel and taste explosion last for a long time The bitterness becomes a bit more dominant and the buttery / oily notes linger in the background.
This is one to savor and enjoy, possibly the best bottle I opened this year.