Nose: The first nose briefly reminds me of a basket full of ripe berries. However not the extremely sweet but rather slightly sour. There is also a pleasant wood note in the form of fresh sawdust. There is also some sweet chewing gum and pine needles. In the background there is a slight hint of sulfur in the form of a burnt match, but it becomes more and more intense over time.
Taste: Very well integrated alcohol, a wonderful oily mouthfeel and again the slightly sourish forest fruits. A sip of kombucha, brown sugar and some coffee. At the second sip now sweeter but here comes the sulfur note something through, albeit very discreetly.
Finish: Medium with sweet wood and overripe red fruits, baking cocoa and honey.