A good mature whisky, which, however, loses some of its complexity in terms of taste and finish and is in clear contrast to the smell. If you could separate smell and taste, you would hardly believe that they belong to the same whisky. Due to the taste and the finish I find the whisky almost superimposed, even if it shows no bitterness. The barrel has left almost nothing from the freshness and fruitiness of the nose. blind tasting
Citrus, orange, lime, behind it caramel, malt, vanilla, a little oak
Medium onset, at first a little reserved, then vanilla, less fruity than in the nose, the woody notes and vanilla, caramel and malt dominate, quite sweet, no bitterness, and above all ripe and old
Here too the strongest wood and malt and sweet vanilla, medium-long
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