Bruichladdich Black Art 1989 Edition 02.2, 22 years, 49.7% ABV.
Nose feeling: the finest berry notes with strawberry jelly spread through the glass. Burned wood. Light spice aromas, including anise, salt and pepper, complete the overall picture.
Taste: creamy, creamy, caramel, very strong fruit. The almost 50% vol. at the beginning of something in the mouth, but they fit perfectly. The wood now comes to the fore and pushes the malt but a significant punch. I like this cornerstone of this scotch. Perfectly matched I suck (at least that's what happens to me) a creamy sweet with sour cherry aroma, orange peel and candied fruit.
Finish: the finish is very long. The light tannins are not disturbing here. Just beautiful.