Notes from a blind tasting.
Floral, floral and very light-fruity right after pouring, shortly afterwards a little cowshed, but very light only. Also some grain and heather. After a while, dark fruit notes and burnt caramel appear very different. The cowshed and the floral come back with movement, vanilla sauce is added, but overall it looks much darker and, above all, sweeter. When heated, coal fires, along with disinfectants and other highly chemical notes. Vanilla and caramel flash.
The taste is very simple, peat sweetness, some acidity and above all smoke, that's about it. The mouthfeel is initially watery and then becomes increasingly dense. even if the alcohol is present, the first step seems a bit weak.
In the finish, which is quite long, it dries off significantly, you can now tell for the first time that he has also seen oak, and not too scarce. Sweet ash is on the tongue for a long time. On the other hand, it warms up long and clearly, in the finish it more than makes up for the deficits in strength from the start.