What a great nose!
Here you will find a lot of different fruit notes, which could be described together as slightly fermenting and alcoholic, warm, dark, dried and exotic: warm red apple, warm lemon zest (and a little later bergamot), raisins, dried apricot, some banana and a few dark berries.
The redbreast looks somehow dark, dirty and old, all a bit, but nothing really clear or too much in the foreground. Some oak, a pleasantly reserved yet present seasoning with a sweetness that always lurks in the background, heavy and profound, hard-packed garden soil (damp), also some burned or scorched smokes in the background.
Over time, everything becomes a little sweeter and vanilla and a touch of freshly cracked chocolate joins.
Again, there are (especially dry) fruits whose sweetness is somehow suppressed, which flashes from time to time. In a pleasant way, the taste is bitter or rather tart, there are fragrance oil, spices, barley, vanilla, a little oak and a little anise. The whiskey is heavy and full.
long; spicy, clear oak, but also a sweet torrent comes after, fruits, a little cereal is found in the end, a lot of vanilla (which will resonate later for a long time)