He needs a lot of air. For 18 years he still hasn't got enough on his chest.
Very light white wine with a slight green tint
Starts again today with unripe, sour green grapes. Behind it is a musty sweetness. The dried paprika chips come into their own again today.
Lime, or rather a kind of citrus cleaner.
With a little time in the glass, the colleague calms down a little. Now goes more in the direction of wine cream with dry vanilla pudding powder on it. Orange peel and pomelo.
There is another smell in the background that is reminiscent of a few blueberries swimming in champagne.
Fresh, lively start. It'll be around the corner similar to champagne. Again the dry vanilla powder. This metallic undertone is also there again. As if licking wet steel fits into the picture again today. I think it's a lot better today than the first time. The air in the sample was probably doing very well. Some bitter almond and hints of men's chocolate. Pear brandy in a crazy combination with cotton candy. A dry white wine note rounds off at the end.
Medium to long. Initially dry fruity with bitter almond and metallic. Then a creamy, slightly spicy sweetness rolls up the field from behind and pastes your mouth.