Light gold tone with a slight green cast.
The drop in the hand spreads a nice banana aroma.
For me this typical Flóki comes out of the glass again ... dried herbs and juniper aroma. This one is bitter. I immediately associate the barren landscape with dry, dusty bushes. It's fresher too. More menthol. In addition, plum water and bitter almonds.
With a little time in the glass, the colleague looks a little sweeter. A kind of slightly sweetened herbal tea. Also has something of a sauna infusion. A little honey joins in from the background. Just like a dry, spicy berry aroma.
The empty glass smells of sugar-sweet wood and apricots.
Soft, but spicy start. Here the bitter sweetness comes through better. But now really sweetened herbal tea. The taste sticks to the nose. Mineral, dusty and dry wood. I like this interplay. From sparse, tart and profoundly sweet.
A second sip of hay, peppermint and more herbs. A sour plum to go with it.
Medium length. First again dry and herbaceous. Then subtle sweetness. In the form of wood and honey. A nutty bitterness remains at the end.