The first thing I come across is dry smoke with a medicinal note. Ash and pomegranate behind. Some leather and wet bark. I'll let it stand a little ...
With a little time in the glass, fermented berries and dried herbs arrive. I find the smell rather bitter now. Behind it a hidden, light sweetness and a little liquorice.
With an even longer standing time, I find lovage and it has something of steppe. Dried earth and withered bushes.
Surprisingly sweet start, with an ashy smoky note. Even a bit greasy. Dark chocolate and a hint of espresso. The herbs are fresher in taste. Plus a pleasant, light spice heat. Preserved, sweet berries. Even a bit liqueur-like. Has something like hazelnut liqueur. A little rust dust covers it like a thin coat.
Medium to long. First dry wood. Then tart herbs. A honey-like, dark sweetness follows. Shrouded in ashy smoke.