No weakness. A clear guideline. It's all simply superb.
What else to look for? A little power on the nose? A little more complexity?
Or finally settle for what you have: a work of art.
The nose is clearly superb.
A nice explosion of fruit from the start.
Grapefruit, papaya, pineapple, passion fruit. It is expressive, tropical, acidic, and complete despite the unidirectional side.
A little wood, wax, cinnamon.
With aeration, there is a whole medicinal side that takes shape. Camphor, braid. It is delicate and complex.
In the mouth it is round, oily, and sublime.
The fruit is wrapped in milk chocolate.
In addition to the exotic (passion, mango, pineapple), we also have berries (blackcurrant), red fruits (strawberry, raspberry) and a little side of mom's jam.
The wood is very delicate. We have a little cold ash, a nice sea breeze, and a little anise.
The finish is long, powerful for the alcohol level.
Licorice, burnt wood, grapefruit, pomegranate. fresh mint.
It's more animal and adds a whole dimension to the dram, recalling its origins.