The time seemed to do him good, because he comes now, compared to the initial cost to directly tearing the bottle, dangerous soggy therefore.
This info I think is not unimportant in my notes
the most positive is that he now has a very slight but noticeable trace of sulfur and I love that.
In addition, the honey, peach, a lot of sweet malt, a lot of spice, light coffee notes, lemon in the background, autumn leaves.
All in all, very intense but the alcohol still lingers well
full, tasty, nutty, a little bit of chocolate, very spicy-malty, a few yellow fruits and even on the palate it has a bit of sulfur, the alcohol here is noticeably stronger but still great
Orange peel, thus a slight fruity bitterness and a short to medium-long spiciness