The first nose reveals a slight solvent (varnish) and some alcohol. A rather light whisky that turns out to be quite rich in the course of the tasting.
On the nose dominate cereal notes and vanilla milk, in addition to light, unripe fruit (light plum, kiwi) and some lemon, as well as fresh wood and grassy aromas. Add a touch of green asparagus. After a while, the wood becomes more aromatic and darker, the aromas become more intense. Water, on the other hand, does not help much, but at the end it shows light wood ash or a very subtle smoky note.
He is cute, but in a very pleasant way. A nice, oily and velvety mouthfeel spreads, the taste is reminiscent of vanilla milk-dressed porridge with a few harder, not yet quite ripe fruits. In addition freshly beaten wood, which mutates later to older bark.
After some life, the vanilla milk is reduced, in addition to a little cocoa powder, but really just a touch and without any bitterness.
Velvety, medium to long and warm, the sweetness dominates, plus cereals (oatmeal) and a light citrus fruit.