Eyes: Golden Scent Nose: Melon peel, pears, daisies, fresh bourbon barrels, smoked toasted wood, caramelized brulees, cheese, and some fruit syrup for a little wake up. The smell is quite soft. Then it became sweeter and sweeter, and candied fruits became dominant. Canned yellow peaches, pineapple pie, honeyed lemon.
Taste Palate: obvious acidity, fruit vinegar, cereals, fruit cakes, white flowers. The middle section is fine salt, a little ginger, and roasted. The end is coconut flakes, wood fiber, cheese, and lemon peel.
Finish: long, bitterness of sawdust and grapefruit peel, astringent and astringent body. Body: medium body, rich in oils and strong wine power
After the blind tasting, my guess at the time was: the alcohol content is 50-55 degrees, bourbon barrels, which Speyside winery's IB is bottled? I feel that the wine age is between 15-25.
After I learned that it was Kleichach, emmmmm, but I really didn't smell the sulphur, only a slight smoky smell, but it was still delicious.