This is one of the better grains I've tasted. It doesn't get overly complex, but it is very well balanced: it doesn't get bitter, doesn't show traces of tiredness of the cask, almost doesn't have that chemical smell of varnish and the like, and is very friendly and creamy. Give it time, and it will give you a lot of pleasure.
This is a rather soft and dignified nose. It's not too complex, but gentle and fruity. Grain, vanilla, pastry, unripe banana, muesli with dried apricots.
Very bourbon-esque. It's still soft, rounded and friendly. Still, the grain and muesli dominate, but certainly with (dried) stone fruits, like peach and apricot. Vanilla is very present, giving it a round and creamy and toffee-ish texture together with the grain. At the end, there is a friendly spiciness, with mainly cinnamon. Also there is a tiny hint of leather.
Rather long, and now a tad more on glue, resin and varnish, but still OK. The banana is back, together with the vanilla, grain and spice. Quite pleasant!