Yummy, that's delicious! The too old should not be here, but lacks the complexity. That's more PX straightforward. Maybe almost too sweet. Chilled Kahlua. Well, I like Glen Els too ...
Notes from a blind tasting.
OK, so on Glenmorangie I would have been pretty much last, but admittedly that could have been anything. Barrel, barrel, barrel ...
Begins with butter cake, then quickly spicy, much wood. Impressions of brandy and slightly salty molasses. After some time there is an incredibly strong note of, yes, you can not say otherwise, coffee with beet syrup. Incredibly dark, tough and cute. Still with a dash of brandy, but good! Heat produces slightly sour oak notes, the syrup now looks almost sticky, a shot of Kahlua. Dried bananas would then also be a fruit note, probably the only one.
Much sweeter than expected, with light acidity, he delivers here a mixture of beet syrup and light honey, again with coffee, also here an idea dried bananas. The power and the spice come late with a hint of menthol, the mouthfeel is heavy and oily. A few tannins may be there, but mainly it comes without bitter substances.
Sweet, viscous acid is on the palate, sweetness in the mouth, both goes slowly and ends after a medium-long finish in a nutty natter.