The first thing that comes to my mind is a clear grain note. Then the alcohol pushes itself through. In the background there is a sour, unripe fruit note. Pear brandy and something nutty. I'll let it stand a bit…
With a little time in the glass, the alcohol stays much better. Now comes damp wood, wet cardboard and a lightly scented, floral note. Fresh mirabelle plums prevail pleasantly. Plus a sour fruit. Goes well towards mandarins. Smells a bit herbaceous now. Some vanilla and sourdough are added. A really fresh pinch blows through the glass.
Have no water on it.
Surprisingly soft start. Then the alcohol comes and brings a bizarre feeling in the mouth. A little pepper spices up the story a little. A bright fruit sweetness makes its way. Plus something metallic and slightly acidic. Vanilla, a little yeast and subtly woody.
Medium length. But gets nice and creamy. And carried by a pleasant sweetness. With subtle spice.