The colleague starts with vanilla and dry wood. Dried orange slices and dried fruit. Even looks sweet with sugar. An interplay is currently taking place here. On the one hand, kind of dusty. On the other hand creamy sweet. A trace of damp tobacco is added. A light essence note comes from the background. In addition overripe lemon and a little caramel. Vanilla icecream. The colleague smells seated and older. The aromas are so closely interwoven that I find it difficult to separate them. I'll let it go…
With a little time in the glass, white chocolate and shortbread come along. Bites of plums and cold mint tea follow.
The empty glass smells wonderfully of wet leather.
Spicy start. Holla ... slight sharpness. In the form of a pinch of chilli. Then comes the sugary sweetness and raisins again. Honey and vanilla are spreading. Sour apple compote. In the taste subtle plum and a hint of nutmeg over it. Lacquered wood and a slightly bitter almond component. The butter biscuit also reappears. The chocolate now goes discreetly into the dark department.
Long and creamy. First slightly dry, then the creamy sweetness comes and remains for a long time.