The smell is that of a prototype of an intense sherry whisky, the sherry dominates very much. There are more and more whiskys at the moment (strange, where there are fewer and fewer sherry casks). This makes this type of whisky, unfortunately, something interchangeable, especially if, as here, so little of the Brennereicharakter remains. Nonetheless, the whisky provides a great flavor. In the mouth, the whisky then shows more independence, but that does not make him necessarily better. I really do not like the finish. The whisky is certainly well done, but something bothers me. Overall, he can not completely convince me. Nevertheless, he is definitely worth a recommendation. Most sherry whisky lovers will like it. The longer he breathes, the better he gets.
A crystal clear sherry profile: raisins, sherry and chocolate, very classic, the alcohol is little to feel, after a while in the background follows a slightly sour note, the smell is sweeter, such as wood and some herbs, slightly grated coniferous seeds in the hand
The body is rather light. This is in contrast to the sharp strong start. In the mouth, the whisky is not quite so classic. The herbs and the sour impressions take over the upper hand. A little sulfur is to taste, but that does not bother. In the second sip he gets a little sweeter. A little bitter orange is added. The sulfur gives way and gives way to dry Oloroso. With each sip he gets better. This whisky needs time.
The finish again shows some sulfur and especially oak and dry sherry. Everything stays long in the mouth and throat.