Definitely it does not tolerate any water at all, so it's just something for connoisseurs who can cope with cask strength. 88 points
First clear cereal notes, solvent. This flies but quickly, then clear sherry flavors: raisins, nectarine, now the typical Bunna notes: wet rubber glove, a lot of spice, salty air, definitely no smoke or peat. Finally, fresh grain again. Very many flavors, all very fine, but not yet interwoven.
With a little water, it becomes more harmonious and sweeter, with the addition of oranges; but many aromas are drowned ... so just sniff so pure ;-)
Strong onset, peppery, lots of sweetness, roasted caramel, vanilla crème, sherry fruits, but not dominant. Very fine in the mouth.
With water in the mouth very sweet, honey, fondant fruits, almonds, but also in the mouth is lost a lot, the creaminess and the fruits are drowned.
Amazing long warm finish, the alcohol is very mild and with a lot of sweetness he slides down the neck, milk chocolate. With water the finish becomes short and boring,