Taste: Fruity and slightly sweet at the first moment and reminds me a little of sour cherry, plums, oranges with Christmas spices and nutmeg. Really soft, oily and slightly tingling on the palate. However, this impression changes relatively quickly and the drop shows its second face: Great old sherry aroma and I associate old leather couch, roasted flavors, walnuts and tobacco and rather less the fruit that was found in the nose. The finish is more herbal tart but also with some dark chocolate, a lot of mint, green tea, a lot of orange peel and something just chewed cherries, which has already been transported to the stomach. The finish is relatively long and is accompanied by a residual fruit and a relatively large amount of woody flavors that make me wonder if perhaps rotten sherry wood could taste. This finish is felt eternal but not bitter. Elegant yet well present.
Conclusion: a really wonderful piglet. Incredibly complex, which despite its only 43.6% vol. delivers an incredible flare of aromas, but with a little less bang than other bottlings with more alcohol. Interesting is also the fact that only 308 bottles came out of a refill Sherry Butt. The Malt has certainly had plenty of room to breathe, the Angels Share seems to have been surprisingly strong. It did not detract from the aroma, an extraordinarily good drop!