The nose is a little below because it fits a little too much for me.
The color is very clear, we start to doubt that we are on a Lochside in sherry casks (or else it is a refill of refill).
Yet the nose does not deceive. It is relatively well integrated for the degree of alcohol, but we have a slight solvent, bordering on rubber, quite characteristic.
Sugar cane, green apple, unripe pineapple.
Grassy, with some chartreuse, damp grass.
Pepper, solvent, camphor.
In the mouth it is sweet, almost like a candy.
Apricot, peach, orange, lemon, pineapple, apple, plum, plum. The fruit is king.
The wood is more present, smooth, balanced than on the nose. It is even rather, and followed by more delicate spicy notes than on the nose. Wax, pepper, light milk chocolate, cinnamon, shortbread pie crust.
Always a medicinal side with camphor.
Long and warm finish on pepper, a noble voice, varnish, candy fruits, liquorice, eucalyptus and a light smoke. Salted butter caramel chocolate.