As with the first blind tasting, I immediately find sour plum brandy and chestnuts. The colleague is less fruity. Rather fruit-like and dry woody tart. A bit salty and it has something of a sour baby fart.
With a little time in the glass, there is more lacquered wood and chainsaw exhaust with Aspen fuel. There is a sweet berry aroma in the background. Cherries and menthol. Has something like Wick cherry-flavored cough drops. A good portion of bitterness is added.
Soft start. It's not that bad in taste. Has nothing to do with the nose. A bit of smoke here. Really oily. Very malty. With lemon juice, mirabelle brandy and dark cherries. Would even go towards cherry liqueur. However, it does not lose this fruit note in the taste. It actually tastes like a fruit schnapps mixed with plum brandy and cherry liqueur. And that matured in oak barrels. I find this fine smoke note interesting.
Rather long. First creamy sweet. Then fruit pungency and a bitter, dry wood aroma. At the very end, a furry, creamy fruit sweetness sticks to the cheeks.