How should you describe that. The finest tobacco leaves in elegant leather bags, hung in a spice chamber right next to the smokehouse. As soon as this whole world of spices is crumbled, the fruit notes come through in the finest balance, which are then deliciously served on a chocolate berry compote and provoke the first sip. You could smell forever but the first sip is very imposing.
The palate delivers exactly what the nose promised. It starts full and spicy with earthy, sweet and salty notes. A special kind of oral experience. Immediately everything is underlaid with dark fruitiness and in between there is a hint of rose water dancing in front of your nose, but not perfume-heavy. Everything works in perfect harmony. “The unicorn“… I've got it. Now the thought comes up:
“As with the Glengoyne25” ... no matter what it costs, it has to be.
Medium to long and yes, ... there happens what doesn't happen every day. We carefully take the tobacco leather bags from the hook and leave the spice chamber. A freshly poured berry juice is still standing by the smokehouse. Of course we still empty it and today we are definitely one of the happiest people to fall asleep. I am anyway. ;)