...and it was a really delicious dram to sip but the price is just ridiculous. As a drinker I would not pay more than 200 Euro for a bottle of such drinking quality (back in 2017), maybe 250 Euro now in 2021. Leave it for collectors and investors, there is better stuff to quaff out there (at today's price level).
The colour is old gold and the texture shows fast thick legs and late fat tears. The nose is a little punchy first but then offers a vanilla-toffee and spicy profile with some OBFs (nail varnish remover) and nice wooden notes.
The taste is sweet on heather-honey and floral flavours with the typical slightly metallic (dry) feeling (I like that!). Some spices can be found too (peppers, nutmeg).
The mouthfeel is creamy and coating - very charming with no distracting moments. The finish is long and layered on toffee and spices again, but a little bitter (tannins) and drying (metallic).