The only drawback is the constantly accompanying poorly bound alcohol note. The more you drink, the more alcoholic you become. This is a no-go for such an expensive malt.
The called up brutal price of 450-500 euros, he would definitely not worth it (there are already grand 70s Malts !!).
many juicy raisins, caramel, marzipan, alcohol, not perfectly bound, oranges, plums, apples with cinnamon from the oven, tobacco, espresso, mint and nutmeg, honey, leather, wood dust and pencil, old and set, sweet and full, the alcoholic impression remains unfortunately
sweet, heavy, oily, old in the true sense - alcoholic, it hits the tongue, the aromas explode in slow motion - juice oranges, applesauce, plum jam, ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg, gingerbread and stomach bread, blueberry jam on black bread, mint, thyme, darker Honey and caramel, then dissolve raspberries and blackcurrants from the deep and freshly roasted coffee notes with dark chocolate sauce ... very beautiful and very slo-mo everything
long, black currants, coffee and dark chocolate sauce, underlaid with a fine spicy backdrop of ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon, a little honey and orange juice, kumquat peel, more and more, and finally the alcohol note, backed by mint