Bright, shiny gold
For me it starts with a lot of dry wood and a hint of liquorice. Behind it comes a dried honeydew melon and sweet vanilla. Dried apricots and peaches. It's getting dustier and more dusty. With a little time in the glass, the colleague always looks more citrus fruity. I would say pomelo here again. Something between lemon and grapefruit. With a little time in the glass, dry white wine aromas come through. Green grapes, slightly mineral and dry wheat.
Spicy start. Then somehow flower aromas and a slightly bitter, dry nuttiness. A lot of wood is also at the start here. The light fruit aromas are sometimes a bit unripe. Decent citrus load. In addition a little coconut and a fine, creamy character. Significantly more mineral in the second sip. Cement and sandy. As if breathing in the dust of this mixture. Green, sour apple and unripe kiwi then join in.
Rather long. Plum, nutty bitterness and again the dry wood. Followed by a fine sweetness with a pleasant flavor.