N: Dry wood, Brazil nut, clearly campfire smoke, red bright fruit, rose wine becomes more and more clear and sweet over time, refreshing, maritime, salty, mineral T: violent, begins at first pretty sweet, vinous, salty tingling, salty licorice, Salmiakpastillen, bitter Brazil nut, then much smoldering wood smoke, intense, menthol, is always dry and sour, a little "thin" behind
Q: Extremely long with smoke, wine-like sweetness, ammonia and menthol, dry (and slightly acidic) oak comes from behind
Intense, intense, interesting Longrow, the Salmiak note is special and goes well with the Longrow style. The barrels were obviously fresh and have done a lot of work, the wine notes seem a bit separated and put on. Water is unnecessary, oak and Brazil nut then become clearer.