Start off with boiled sour berries with citrus peels, big and
penetrating strength evolved around green apple and cinnamon orange. As
it breath overtimes, the floral notes come fore with whiff of fine aged
tobacco leaf, a good RyJ or Cohiba,. Mossy, earthy and intensity build
up, waves of liquorice orange candy, chocolate and banana with doses of crushed white peppers. P- Some spiky oak lurking in a good way, powerful and solid as
anticipated. Much complex with depth compared to the older 43YO
sibling. Well integrated of banana, compote of berries, citrus, some
chocolate, with peppery that hold up so well and elegantly that you just
can't stop sipping it.
F- Long, velvet with excellent
strength, warming with fine spiciness and lovely banana. Ya, a dram that
will make you go banana indeed.
— at Home.