Nose: much grainier, quite malty, porridgy and fruity (white peaches, oranges). Gets then quite perfumy (lilac, hints of lavender) and slightly milky. Pleasantly fresh.
Mouth: quite some body. Quite malty again, with lots of dried fruits (figs, raisins) and toasted bread and brioche. A little praline, milk chocolate. Excellent balance in this one.
Finish: rather long, a little more caramelly, but still pleasantly malty, with a nice oaky signature.