Prine and salt, robust and earthy.
The soiled horse stable, haven't had that note in a while.
Some fruit notes way in the background and the more you leave the glass standing the more they fight their way forward.
Just a tad medicinal.
Wet burnt wood from the campfire the night before.
This is the last pour from the bottle and it has been solid going from the first pour.
Very palatable at 46 % along with the heavy smoke and spice that hits you first and it's what you want and should expect.
There are dry citrus notes that come next and it's a good combination.
I am quite happy with what it has to offer and don't feel the need to add water to bring something else out.
Medium to long finish and the dryness seems to get less and less.
Didn't expect that. It's not a bad thing, just different.
The sting of the spice lingers with that citrus on the death.