Notes from a blind tasting.
At the beginning Kahlua with roasted yeast, a lot of dunnage and old cask. Has he corked? After a while he seems quite different. At first completely smooth, creamy, tiramisu, the dirty one from before is still there, but everything is now well integrated. In the Kahlua are now also a few prunes inserted, citrus flavors float over it, very interesting. Warmed, there is now a sweet Maoam added, so with light fruit acid. Add some disinfectant and burnt car tires. He may have seen a few ppm of peat smoke.
Appropriately commensurate with the alcohol content, much more harmonious in the mouth than in the nose, yet not unsettling. It has a slightly creamy taste, here is the taste of caramel, before the oak with tannins and a very delicate hint of licorice. Then go in the direction of coffee and dark chocolate.
The finish is relatively long, oak and sweetness harmoniously go hand in hand, it also warms beautifully from the chest to the stomach.