When the sample opens, there is a smell of roasted wood and subtle smoky notes that almost disappeared in the whisky glass. What remains is the clear woody note with walnut, cinnamon-sugar, orange aroma, bitter herbs.
At first he looks quite liquid in the glass, almost watery, but the first sip opens up a creamy world of pleasantly old flavors. Dried plums, spicy herbs, a great warm wood. With wonderfully integrated alcohol that is almost not to be felt and with a beautiful oak sharpness it goes on. Still hints of dried sweet old apples and a slight salivation.
In the finish the bitter herbs are left behind and there is again the slight smoky note which could be smelled in the sample, paired with wood warmed by the fire. After an hour, the flavors were still in the mouth to taste.