Nose is sweet, and I get a lot of Honey Nut Cheerios. Lots of strong grain/cereals/oatmeal stuff going on here, with cinnamon hints. The palate is what the nose advertised, and great: fruity, with delicate hints of spice (cinnamon and clove notably), and some of that honey-nut thing coming in and out. Finish is lengthy, and mint enters here (someone in the group mentioned eucalyptus oil, and that's spot on). What I found most interesting about this was that there were lighter but noticeable medicinal notes woven throughout, that really added dimension and enjoyability. YUM.
N: Very buttery, almonds, french toast with maple syrup, Honey Nut n' Oats. P: Very big and fruity initially, some hints of old pot still Irish, then gets nutty and sweet. F: Organic notes (green spices) fade into a long buttery finish. Remarkably different that the other two vintages we tried (1964 and 1969) and equally excellent.
Sweet and flowery with lilacs and some butterscotch. Very nice and I had a hard time deciding which I liked better...this or the 1969. I think this may have won out by a smidge....but I think it might depend on the day ;)