A pretty young whiskey from the bourbon barrel. Maybe a UA bottling with 6-8 years? For a short time, I also thought of Grain or a blend. Relatively easy to drink, not very complex.
Overripe fruits (kiwi?), Light acid, gummy bears and a slight solvent. Overall, the nose is cool and very light, a bit metallic, he smells too. Later still light grain, young wood and a light maltiness. After the first drink a little vanilla.
Again quite light: slight notes of wood, slight bitterness and, except for bitter citrus peel, no fruit at first tasting. Later it becomes sweeter and woodier, maybe even slightly burnt wood is included. All flavors still very discreet.
Slightly bubbling alcohol, a slightly dry sweetness. The bitterness increases a bit. And away isser!