Smoke. Intense at first. It has something of glowing cow dung. Then comes a fresh herbal breeze. A little dill, a touch of Cucuma. In the background a little honey. Creamy but intense. I mean something like strawberries and trolli gummy bears. Everything stays within a cow stable. Some wine-soaked wood comes through. Herbal peat flavors. It goes on the direction of Mate.
Water: fresher, lighter, a little hay. Hardly any smoke.
Cool the whisky flows into the mouth. Immediately comes the smoke. Increasingly ashy. Something bitter. Tobacco leaves. Something earthy. Unfortunately, a trace of acid wood.
Water: Even a bit more bitzelnder. Honey is better for this. Ash remains there. After swallowing, spicy, dry tobacco unfolds. No more acidic note.
Long. Bitter ash remains. Orange peel. Seaweed.