Palate: Powerful and oily. Soot abounds, seems to burst from everywhere. We remain on this notion of prunes and dried fruits. At times we could almost think of enjoying a sherry, more power and just before a slightly more salty wave intervenes, small medicated notes. Finally come back from this orange, here a little more juicy. There will still be a presence of licorice and if the attack is frank, the rest of the trip will be on a sea of ink. Coffee, slightly chocolate, wax.
Final: It will present more drought, while preserving fruit. The smoke, on oily peat, will persist a long time. We have this pharmacy scent that is spreading.
To make an analogy with the jazz world, if the previous version was Ella Fitzgerald, this one is Billy Holiday.