The oak is definitely coming through in the taste though. Some grass, hay and peppery notes as well. Very warming. The finish gets a bit sweeter. Vanilla, caramel and honey alongside the wood.
It doesn’t say, but this must be bottled from a Bourbon cask. Fun to try these rare old whiskies, but as most others, the price tag doesn’t even come close to the quality. A nice dram though (maybe lacking a little in the complexity), and I will give this 86/100 (21/22/22/21).