Starts with a fine smoke note. Then comes caramel and vanilla. In addition chocolate and dried apricots. A gentle portion of salt accompanies the story. Now I'm back to the cream caramel candy.
With a little time in the glass, fresh yeast dough and sugared mirabelle plums prevail. A hint of plum jam in the background. Some damp wood. Juicy, slightly bitter pear. A hint of malt and cooling mint. But what always stands out is this sweet creamy caramel candy. If he gets some air, the colleague becomes creamier with lemon ice cream and a dry waffle.
If it tastes like it smells, I'll cut it away quickly. : D
Surprisingly, the colleague Chilicharf starts dry and slightly bitter. The slightly salty is also immediately present. But he has a lot of booms. Tap on barrel strength. Dry wood, hay and dried trail mix. Almonds, nuts and a little sugared raisins. Roasted aromas, malt, vanilla and dried orange slices. Some caraway seeds, sweetened black tea and a hint of peach.
Completely different from the nose.
Rather long. First sweet with caramel. Then getting drier with a pleasant flavor. Slight oak bitterness.