Abv. 47%, fresh American oak
Nose: thick portion of vanilla caramel, an intense oak flavor, which I perceive as lighter and clearer in comparison to scotch, I come to Bourbon somehow not so differentiated ran as Scotch
Taste: again vanilla caramel, together with typical jenever spices, juniper, anise, perhaps also some caraway, the juniper note becomes more present with every sip and the sweetness blends well with the spice
Finish: Turkish coffee and more juniper
Conclusion: This juniper note is no longer in my head and I'm still not sure if I like the. I would like to try the 12er in comparison. A rating does not exist because of my lack of experience with Bourbon yet.