Notes from a blind tasting.
A lot of vanilla, ripe apricots, a little lemon and a bit of spicy alcohol are the start. After a while, the nose looks extremely supple. Flambéed custard with some garlic, then there are floral hints that become stronger with movement, heather and Alpine meadow. The lemon is still there, but very early. Warms up floral with peach juice. And yes, there is smoke in homeopathic doses.
In the mouth it also looks filigree, at least as far as the flavors are concerned, the onset is rather brutal. The main note is bright heather honey in which a few meadow herbs were snipped. At the second sip he looks much herbaceous, especially backwards, but now shows plenty of oak. The mouthfeel is pleasantly oily. The alcohol is sometimes young and tingling, almost metallic.
Filigree taste, filigree finish. The first sip he has disappeared extremely fast, the second part he remains a little longer harsh on the tongue, very slightly ashy.