The alcohol is still palpable on the nose. There is a slight glue note. How old can this be? Five years, max?
Then I get papaya, guava, and fresh, ripe fig, plus the usual ex-bc aromas, like vanilla custard, crème brûlée, and almond paste. Perhaps some coconut as well. In the faint distance, there may also be a yeasty, softly lactic aspect.
Passionfruit! Buckets of it! Also mango, pear, grape, and melon. A veritable fruit salad on the palate. Some nice, crisp oak to counterbalance the avalanche of fruit. The wood has a good kick to it, I‘m guessing there‘s a good portion of first-fill or even virgin oak in this. I have to say I‘m impressed.
Peach and passionfruit, then straw and white pepper (oak spice), then then the fruits again, then a mellow fade-out.