Conclusion: A strange malt, which will not like so many Maltheads. Personally, I find the combination of the fleshy Brennereicharakters and the red wine incredibly exciting and very well implemented. Somehow the drop makes you crave a good wild meal with red cabbage, the sauce is seasoned with laurel and cranberries, and this would be the perfect companion. The only drawback is the not well integrated alcohol.
meaty beef broth with red berries, the alcohol is not perfectly integrated and provides strong white pepper, cranberry compote, very strong oak, bay leaves, cloves
surprisingly soft after the rather strong nose, caramel, strawberries and lingonberry aromas again, the oak is much more restrained than in the nose, but brings a pleasant counterpoint to the sweetness of the red wine
long, beautiful interplay between the oak and the red wine, also some pepper comes here again