The Oloroso sherry is then more evident in the taste.
If you are into Oloroso sherry with nutty aromas and dark chocolate, you can really consider buying it;
whereas an average of 68 euros is a house number ... first of all a sample is certainly useful.
[86 - 82 = good whisky -> get a second bottle? Perhaps...]
initially light-fruity from apricot, apple and pear (all slightly sweet);
but there is immediately another tone that is reminiscent of sherry: something nutty (mix of almond, hazelnut, macadamia, pecan).
The more he can breathe, the clearer the sherry tone becomes. The sherry has a certain sweetness, but without looking superimposed.
In the background, spices (Italian herbs) and spices from nutmeg and minimal oak wood appear gradually.
Even later: brown sugar and marzipan.
soft start, the spice builds up, remains at a "normal" level.
It quickly becomes creamy and viscous in the mouth.
The sherry and especially the typical Oloroso notes come through very well: nutty aromas are clearly present.
It also gets a little drier and oak tannins stick to the tongue.
Dark chocolate and slightly tart notes come up slowly, but do not turn completely into bitterness.
Second sip: sweeter, fruity. The sherry comes back right away.
Overall, halfway well balanced between fruit and sherry, even if the sherry is a bit more evident.
Medium to long finish with oak tannins and Oloroso sherry flavors, especially nutty notes.
Drought continues - but it works.
Nice dark dark chocolate with a high cocoa content lasts for a long time.