Slightly opaque amber shimmers in the glass while the oily drops sticking to the glass wall slowly make their way back to the glass. A creamy aroma of hazelnuts and peanuts rises, rancid roasty aromas mingle with sweet honey and a few drops of sugar beet juice. Mild Delicious apple and old apricots end in a scent of dried raisins and dates, the nose exudes a very unusual and idiosyncratic flavor at the moment. Sweetness, honey, a little caramel, flaxseed, slightly oriental spices, peanuts and mild apple pull through the nose, the alcohol is wonderfully creamy and mildly integrated. Slowly my salivation begins, I look forward to the first sip.
The first impression is mild and sharp at the same time. Dried berries, roasted aromas and slightly rancid caramel unite on the tongue to an unfamiliar flavor, dark apple and hazelnuts dissolve from spicy, tart wood tones and end in lightly burned and smoky sugar. With the second sip, the sharpness increases and wraps the palate in chubby warmth. Tart wood tones and a slightly rancid nut mixture follow, again showing dried berries and oriental spices. Dried apple pieces, sugar beet juice and hints of caramel and honey come to the fore.
Tart wood tones and lightly grassy walnuts start the reverberation. Slowly, the immature walnuts transform into ripe and full-bodied walnut aroma, discreet smoke and leather aromas appear. The aftertaste gets a slightly Asian impact, which means, among other things, that sweetness plays with sharpness and oriental spices come to the fore. Creamy caramel penetrates through the sourish influences, the mouthfeel becomes creamier and oily. The sweet and sour aromas are remembered for a long time, as are raisins, walnuts, apples, sugar beet juice and hints of caramel.