N: Light, somewhat floral with a touch of confectioner's sugar. Also a bit white wine-like. A little wood, some light peppery spicy; lemony notes emerge. Over time more vanilla emerges; a faint touch of leather too.
P: Enters a touch bitter from the wood; gives way rather quickly to maltiness and some white pepper. A faintly floral top note; the heat picks up. A little lemon curd and a touch of ginger.
F: Dry initially, a touch of wood, some white pepper and plenty of malt; a touch of vanilla, a little hay and some straight-up barley. Has aslightly root vegetable note at the end. Quite lasting.
This benefits tremendously from some time in the glass. To me it starts a bit sour and weird but the air helps settle it down and focus it. While it does develop nicely, it doesn't quite overcome the negative impression for me.