Blind tasting: He has determined 50% - the citrus orange power I see more in a barrel / Hogshead so ex-Bourboncask - I'm typing 20+ on the palate because of the volume - the first one in his mouth seemed more like 10yo - but got better and better
Behavior, first only sweetened porridge, then a light - somewhat artificial citrus that reminds me of flora and fauna bottlings from the BC, then he opens up, very beautiful oak with orange peel - Earl Gray tea, grass, geranium leaves, citrus, at times a light Cheesy oak acid, with even more time it develops very beautiful oranges, cooked apple compote, wax, in the nose it is very mild and round - no alcohol perceptible
here she is again this citrus note from the nose, probably. a little pear and some cheese - the onset on the palate is unexpectedly strong - maybe even slightly alcoholic - I'm sure I'm not the last food is not sooo long ago. With the second sip he becomes more noble - less noticeable alcohol - orange, mint, citrus, apple juice, subtle vanilla
not very noticeable, medium length with some wax at the end mainly orange and a bit astringent.