It would be correct to say that it actually tastes good to me. But where have the 25 years gone? Unfortunately, the PLV does not fit here. Sorry Glen Scotia. That was exactly what was exciting for me: Oak matured in the USA plus bourbon post-maturation ... and for a total of 25 years ... actually exactly mine. Admittedly great nose!
Light, calm and sweet. Without missing notes. Yogurt lemon tart with vanilla powdered sugar. That's a special nose. Respect. With a little water, floral notes are added. So I like smoky too.
Full-bodied and very earthy with a hint of smoke, it starts without disturbing. Wonderful vanilla with a slightly salty sea spray. The fresh oak also prevails. But everything remains too young and excited. Where's the old age?
By now everyone should notice what I'm talking about. Where is the basic character of this bottle. It behaves in the finish only on a medium level. Unfortunately, he didn't hold out. Too bad.