Conclusion: with the Brandycask a very unusual but successful finish, surprisingly smoky for a HP. Overall, a very tasty part of the alcohol is extremely well integrated (blindly estimated 50-52%), especially the creamy mouthfeel has to be emphasized. Very good start, Mark. If that is the benchmark for future bottlings, then we can expect great things in the future.
Campfire smoke with heather, English wine gum, fermented sweet wine notes, subtle salty-maritime notes
creamy mouthfeel, also here the combination of fruit gum and sweet wine aromas, the smoke is even more pronounced here
long, with smoke, honey sweetness, orange jam, oak tannins and a few spices (clove, nutmeg and thyme)