Somewhat closed, slightly tart sherry, red fruits, sulfur, tends to be sweet, with a strangely sour spicy note. Very idiosyncratic dram. Over time, other fruits, plums, eg more sweet, more vanilla, the oak spice is still fairly present and still has its sour note. Somehow exciting.
oh, a lot of oak, very spicy, a lot of wood to chew, but not too bitter, very nice. Sherry notes, sweeter this time, and lots of oak. With the second and third sip, however, the oak almost takes over a little.
the tart fruit and the sherry are always there in the background, but in the foreground the oak notes, a lot of wood, menthol, spicy, but sometimes a little too tart, are evident. The finish is more of mentholy oak at the end, quite dry.