Light caramel shimmers pale in the Premium Snifter while a thick, syrupy streak sticks to the glass wall. Yellow fruits mix immediately with dark sugar, hints of wet grain and dried grapes, the alcohol content is voluminous and yet somehow gently and harmoniously integrated. Peaches and apricots emerge, a pinch of vanilla exudes its sweet, tart scent, shortbread biscuits and shortbread cookies, creamy and reserved.
The first sip flows powerfully through the mouth. Sugar plays with yellow fruits, caramel and vanilla, pleasant spiciness stimulates the saliva and makes pearls dance in the mouth. The malt rests on the tongue as malty, hints of citrus fruits become more intense and end in rubbing of juicy grapefruit peel and a few drops of lemon juice. Walnuts appear, butter melts on the cheeks and the remains of shortbreads swim in the excited saliva under the tongue.
Yellow fruits stick to the palate, dark and slightly tart, toasty and cozy. Caramelized sugar is mixed with a mild pinch of colored pepper, the pleasant spiciness lingers in your mouth for what feels like an eternity. With nuts and minimal roasted aromas, the aftertaste ends with a fine and mild citrus note ...