Even in Blenders quite reserved in the aromas, considering that it is 28 years and 53 percent. A simple sweetness that becomes perfumed over time. The flavors that are present are peach, fudge and apricot. The structure and harmony of the whisky is nice and the alcohol is well integrated, but when there is still 53 percent alcohol in the cask after 28 years, then everything could have been a little more intense and broader.
Lots of dry wood and a simple sweetness, which is again a bit plump, heavy on perfume. There is too much wood and bitter off notes and unfortunately it doesn't get better with water, rather worse.
The mouthfeel and viscosity are oily but also comparatively sharp for the key specs. The alcohol is present. The finish is medium long and remains dry bitter with a slightly burnt sweetness.