N: Light, slighlty floral and honeyed, with a slight chalkiness. A little white pepper. Water ads a more overtly fruity note.
P: Wood up front with a fair amount of spiciness, verging on too much oak. Abundant malt, lots of heat, a touch of honey. Vaguely sour. Water brings up a little more tropical fruit - but it almost gets a sugary sweetness too.
F: Warm to lead, leaving pepper and malt; a little sichuan pepper and wood. Malt hangs around for quite a while. Huge, lasting finish. Dries a touch bitter.
Hot as hell at cask strength, a bit too sweet diluted down. A lot of proise but not the best Dallas Dhu I've had.