Nose; nice bunna muff with sea breeze, dextrose, raspberry-effervescent powder, some tartaric tartaric acid, raisins, light oak with a fresh hint of wood and a touch of leather. He still needs time - the notes are all coming out of the whisky very slowly and one after the other. The alcohol comes out occasionally. The sweetness dominates the nose.
Taste: strong, sweet and salty at once. Once it has calmed down in the mouth, the glucose comes back and a musty grassy note. Swallowing is dominated by a vinous sweetness and oak. That translates into a nice espresso notes with a dash of raspberry syrup.
Very tasty and exotic Bunna but does not lose its original character despite the Moscatel finish. But the big hit is the good again - not overpriced to the current price!