What a nice nose and the alcohol is noticeable but very well integrated. A touch of sulfur, honey over milk chocolate, vanilla and salt fudge - it smells very creamy and sweet. The fruit flavors go in the direction of pears and peaches soaked in alcohol. Oak can also be clearly felt - rather old oak from wine cellars and a nice flavor
What a nice creamy texture and a slight tingling of alcohol. Lots of dark honey and chocolate, a pinch of grape sugar and woodruff fizzy powder. The delicious salt caramel and vanilla can be seen again on the nose. The note of light dirt / sulfur is now missing. At the back, the oak shows up again with a pleasant warm but not spicy combination of spices (looks like North African spiced coffee)
The start is dominated by the wood paired with a creamy sweetness. But now there are more fruit aromas (peach) and the sulfur is now back to support. It now lines the mouth and throat with a really fine chocolate aroma. The sweetness becomes drier and the aromatic spices flash again at the end. Dry, chocolatey and woody, it slowly comes to an end. Medium to long.
ADDENDUM !!! If the bottle has been open for a few weeks and there is already some air in the bottle, the sulfur gets stronger and stronger - but I certainly like that not everyone can get something out of it. A little water brings out the old aromas but the sulfur remains omnipresent.