Wonderfully intense and radiant amber glitters in the glass, on the glass wall sticks an oily streak ... Creamy and sweet caramel rises in the nose, milk chocolate and raisins melt into a wonderfully creamy melange, the alcohol is harmoniously integrated. Overripe bananas dissolve from mandarins and a hint of juicy orange, slightly musty and musty old wooden floorboards, light Kellermuff a'la board shed with clay soil. Subtle mint and a hint of menthol come to light, spicy wood tones mingle with chocolate and dates. Meadow herbs and hints of tropical fruits are minimal, the multi-layered nose leaves a lot of room for an interplay of different flavors and fragrances.
Powerful and slightly astringent tart fruit flavors flow over the tongue, it reminds me a little of beet and cough syrup. Pepper and brine stick to the tongue and warm the tip of the tongue. The sharpness increases noticeably, gunpowder and black pepper now heat the tongue and the palate properly. Sweet fruit aromas and dark caramel dissolve from the dominant and sharp note, bittersweet and espresso play together. Slightly tart wood elements end in a touch of furniture polish and glaze. Spicy, the taste goes into the aftertaste.
Peppery pungency and hints of furniture polish are still sticking to the tongue, cozy warmth floods the palate while tart and dark wood elements in espresso and dark chocolate end. Sweet fruit notes sparkle from time to time through the tart wood notes, long remains the voluminous resonance in memory.