Bright and clear, the Lawrenceburg radiates from the premium snifter while many small and oily drops separate from the streaks sticking to the glass wall. Even when pouring sweetness flows through the room, sugar and vanilla mix with sticky caramel. Candied fruits exude their beguiling aroma. Apricots, pineapple and mango sting from a tropical fruit mix, coconut and juicy lychee are getting more and more to their advantage. Slowly my salivation begins, I want to taste the rum-like whiskey immediately ...
At the beginning of the first sip, the sweet tropical fruits show themselves impressively again, caramelised sugar and vanilla end in a tart wood note. Slowly, wooden sharpness crawls from behind over the tongue and envelops it with a spicy chili pepper mix. Roasted grated coconut and dark apricots fit perfectly with the dark and partly harsh wood tones, the sharpness gradually increases and heats the tongue neatly. Slowly, the high alcohol content stops and leaves a bitter woody aroma on the tongue.
Herb and partly bitter lingering. Dark caramel and toffee dissolve from the spicy wood tones, slightly burnt sugar decomposes in the lower jaw and lavishly spills over the tongue. Short old hazelnuts and walnuts show up, a few grains of pepper in combination with woody sharpness produce a pleasantly sharp and spicy aftertaste. The mouthfeel becomes noticeably creamier, butter biscuits dissolve in the saliva. Slowly, really only very slowly, the harsh and sometimes sharp flavors sound and leave a film of butter and white bread on the tongue.