Hot. Point! : D
It comes immediately a sweet, moist tobacco note from the glass. Followed by thick leather and slightly sour cucumber water. Leather fat. As if you have a leather shoe lubricated fresh. Cherries and a load of berries. Blackberry stands out a bit more. Also has something of warm chocolate sauce and pastries. With some time in the glass cake spices come through beautifully. Nutmeg and clearly cinnamon. Goes really well in the direction of warm spice cake. But there is more. Plums and yes, I find my black olives. A certain amount of filthiness, in the form of motor oil is also nice with it.
Soft, oily onset. Something spicy. Then come the cake spices. Cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla. A certain sharpness can not be denied. Now the berries are trumping. Blackberry and blueberries as well as plums. The second sip, the rascal looks dirty. Wet sand. Dirty herbs and tobacco bring something unclean with. It is followed by filter coffee and olive oil. What a combo: D. But is sweeter again. In the form of Haribo licorice.
Long and beautiful waxing. Again the filter coffee. Beautifully preserved fruity. This wonderfully dirty note also remains beautifully hanging in the finish. At the end noma cinnamon and chocolate and again the olive oil.