There is a roll call with Irish Pogues in terms of heavy oily alcohols with peanut tones.
Fresh: viburnum, dogwood, fresh log, honey, non-burning spices, creamy caramel, floral meadow tones
Breathing: phenolic smoke, dust on the windowsill, bourbon, pickled tomatoes, varnish, peanut butter, rotten orange, burned rubber
With water: everything weakens, floral notes become brighter
Fresh: chili pepper, sweet bourbon, quite buttery and dense
Breathing: the same smoke, it becomes softer and rounder, comes a pleasant burning sensation, cane sweetness, peanut butter
With water: the beast turns into a kitten
Fresh: oak bitterness is very persistent