N: Initially strong but settles down. Somewhat of a gentle mix of pepper and wood with light fruits (cherries, plums) in the background. Slightly generic alcohol note in the middle next to a lightly butterscotch note.
P: Thicker and richer. Creamy. Not warm. Good oak influence, light heat from pepper. Buttery. Vanilla. Cherries. Slightly bland, the flavors are underdeveloped.
F: Warms slightly, gives a dry blast of pepper and oak. Some vanilla in there too. Lasts mediumish length. Early kick of black cherries, and almost - for a moment - a slightly menthol, medicinal note.
The flavor is underdeveloped and would be great if it was a little more in focus. That said, it's easy drinking as cn be and I'd probably keep some of this on hand. Thick mouthfeel!