The nose on this one is very different from its counterpart (#1). It's smokey for sure, but overtly fruity as well. The palate is sweeter and fruitier, and the smoke is present in charcoal-esque flavors. This lacks the peat explosion of the Burgundy version, yet is probably just as interesting. The youth is apparent in the fire that dances in the palate and finish, but that same youth also packs lots of varying fun flavors. Both this and its inaugural sister bottling make me really excited for what's to come.