Nose: the first sniff is quite woody, and with some glue. The second sniff as well actually - it could be a grain whiskey. Furthermore: Turkish apple tea is a spot-on description by KayMeertens, sweet candiness, and some dough.
Taste: soapy and spicy - but it works. Candied banana, cinnamon, green apples, a slight touch of bitterness and sourness (a bit too much in my opinion), freshly chopped wood.
Finish: fresh, the green apples got a bit older (and slightly less sour), and the bananas also got a bit older.
The taste and finish are quite good, but the nose is too woody and glue-y for me (too grainy, too much virgin oak). All in all a pretty decent rye, but with a few off-notes.
25-points score: Nose: 20 / Taste: 22 / Finish: 21 / Balance: 21.
Tasted 05/03/2019 in a Journeyman Distillery line-up.