Dark, cloudy amber
The first thing I come across is leather and a slightly dirty note. Lovage and wet earth. Dried fruit. So in the direction of prunes and apricots. Tobacco and something like a flag of pipe smoke with a cherry aroma.
With a little time in the glass, the colleague looks dirtier. The emerging berry aroma is now more acidic. Go to blackberries for me. Braised rubber and acrylic. Clove spice and chocolate.
Spicy start. Here is a good load of herbs and dry wood. In the background a sugary sweetness and raisins. Here also lovage and stock cubes. Geilo. Neat seasoning. In addition, this wonderfully sweet note of pipe tobacco. The alcohol pushes nicely. This mineral, earthy touch can also be found in the taste. Dark cherries and marzipan.
Rather long. First spicy again. Warm popcorn. Then a creamy sweetness creeps in and accompanies you until the end.