Certainly has an old school quality to it, but it is a bit of a one note whisky. I enjoyed it, but would not ever feel the need to have a whole bottle of this at home.
Some terpentine at first, as well as camphor, but it disappears after a little while. What remains is an inviting, albeit not very complex, nose. Some moss, dusty books, overripe apples, and a hint of menthol.
The palate is a bit weak, but there's still room for plenty of caramel and spices, burnt toast. Again some menthol and cigar tobacco as well.
A tad flowery, with lingering spices. Short to medium in length.