Single malt whisky from Baden-Württemberg. It matures in barrels of American white oak and in bourbon barrels for three years, then "almost two years in sherry or portrayal barrels". In the Adult Calendar brochure, it was marked as 4 yo, at www.deutsche-whisky.de as 4.5 yo and whiskybase was scolded as a whole 5 yo. So I prefer to say without age. Information about maturing can also be explained by everyone. Germany seems to be in chaos.
Again, whisky tasted from the German Advent Calendar. It's such a standard, nothing that would interest, but certainly not even a fool.
Sweet, honey-sweet, vanilla, muesli, fresh wood. Beyond that, the second wave is heavier with sweet fruity, somewhat fruity. At the end, the plum of slivovitz. (84 b)
Cereals, malt, slightly pepper, sawdust, a hint of bitterness that fortunately fades away. Honey, creamy woody. (84 b)