Gentle meaty smoke, venison like, followed by some sort of citrusy, almost vinous smell, and grapes over a layer of butter.
With water the nose gets that bit of vanilla it was shy of
In the mouth, the smoke is very BbQ based yet followed by a biscuity/coconuty feel. It gets very pleasantly hot and ends on warm peaches.
Adding water transforms the BBQ smoke to a tobacco leave taste, getting it creamy.
The finish starts where the mouth ended with fruits then goes back to a lingering BBQ smoke. With water, the mouth gets far hotter. And the fruit gets to live with the smoke even better.