Saltpeter, duck protein, slightly salty animal fat, coarse salt and peat, furnace ash, when the original wine is so salty and fresh, it may be a good idea to introduce high-sweet Sauternes, malt, millstone, and haystacks.
The wine is bold in body and has an impactful flavor, but it is relatively simple. The bitterness of salt, oak and peat, and the sweetness, maltose, vanilla, and grape flavors are almost absent.
Strong, oily, slightly sweet, no acid, no astringency, obvious bitterness, no pungency, and a little alcohol.
Long, chimneys, salt and pepper, charred wood.