Room temperature when drinking: 24℃
Viewing Eyes: Golden smelling Nose: Strong tropical fruit, not fresh and juicy, more dehydrated. Dried pineapple, dried mango, a little banana puree, mixed with a touch of fruit acid. In the middle, the sweet carbohydrates, Hong Kong-style pineapple bag with frozen butter, hot milk, cassava puree, and poplar nectar are added. Then there was a fine twist of dust and a light woody tone. The peat was completely gentle, weary and tangled with fruity smell, which could not be captured alone, and occasionally pills appeared. Walnuts are soft and sautéed until the shelled wheat kernels that will change color will bring out a little burnt, and the transparent spring water will flow out at the end. Ah, just smelling the fragrance is very satisfying. The sweetness is medium, the finish is very high, very round, and even overdone, the smell is still a little dry.
Taste Palate: Within a few seconds of the entrance is the surging fruit flavor, mango, pineapple, passion fruit, snow lotus fruit. Then the red pomelo with super high reduction degree comes out, its unique refreshing, slightly sweet and bitter (non-bitter). Walnut pie, kumquat peel, old books, and grape seed oil are scattered in the middle. The peat is long overdue, elegant and restrained, with a bit of saltiness, lingering around dusty mahogany furniture, dried herbs, a little dirt and moss on the roots of the trees.
Finish: long and light, green dill, earth, a little bitterness of citron peel, herbs, the sweet wine body of tropical fruits at the end finally ,
Overall: Like a serenade, it is too gentle, and it has no edges. The words borrowed from Miles are "self-poring microdermabrasion is too much"
My favorite part is the smell and the few seconds after the entrance