The typical sherry aromas in the nose. Raisins, dates, generally dark fruits. Light cocoa or coffee notes.
In the mouth, the dark fruit strikes again. Then the dram opens up further and the notes become finer. You can differentiate them better. It is probably due to the slight spiciness that resonates in the background. Not dominant but exactly so that the pure dark sweetness doesn't kill you.
The finish is medium long for me. Light wood aromas resonate with the sweetness.
A really successful bottling of cadenheads which unfortunately is very difficult to get.
Nose: Chocolate, forest fruits, sherry, raisins, oranges Taste: It has an intense flavor from the first sip. Sherry, of course, with the addition of herbs. A good combination of sherry with herbs. Rating: 90 | 100 A long chocolate ending with a hint of sherry. Good Tuli.