Great barrel influence, nice swaying between sweetness, dryness, tender bitterness and light acidity. Ordinary complexity. That's a lot of sherry whisky for very fair money.
Clearer, more beautiful, immediate sherry, clear peppermint note, orange peel, cloves, magnificent cloves, rum grape nut. With the time increasingly gingerbread scent.
Sweet, strong, mundauskleindender start, tingling-peppery and spicy directly. Oily, syrupy consistency, very early cinnamon directly felt, slowly it is drier and gaaaanz tenderly begged, without being obtrusive. Initially sweet grapes, then more chestnuts with nut. At the second sip ostensibly tannin and dry, light, mouthwashed acid, orange with cloves, bergamot - the mouth holds what the nose promises.
Long with a bit of fuzziness from tannins, still sweet, but increasingly astringent. Fills the whole mouth and sprinkle lively spices over the tongue to the throat - including some allspice. There is a long aftertaste of candied orange with walnuts.