These impressions continue in the mouth, on the roof of the mouth and in the throat. A sherry whisky in a more classic style, old with expressive wood notes. Not a whisky for those with a sweet tooth, but a pleasure for me.
The first impression is very spicy and reminds me of barbecue spices, plus a sweet and heavy fruit note, cherry, plum, old wood, liquorice
Dry, astringent approach, slight spiciness on the tongue, wood dominates, but there is hardly any bitterness, liquorice, oak, fruits in the background, dark with only a little sweetness, dried fruit, some dried herbs, malt
dark chocolate fills the mouth, wood, now also a bit of bitterness, cherries and again dried herbs, very malty