Starts with caramel, pear and lacquered wood. In addition, lemon and a musty undertone.
With a little time in the glass, something similar to white wine and a pinch of salt comes out. It also looks a lot fresher now. Towards mint.
A bit bitter with a drop of water.
Soft, sweet start. Really creamy with pepper and pleasant sweetness. This is followed by the aromas similar to white wine. Which also brings bitterness. In addition, something dry, which reminds me of waffles.
With the second sip, significantly more vanilla and a little passion fruit.
If you give your colleague a few drops of water for purely scientific reasons, it becomes significantly sweeter. Vanilla sauce and bourbon-like. A slightly bitter undertone is retained. Children's fennel tea rounds off the story.
Medium length. Rather sweet and with a bit of woody spice. Very creamy here too.