A vivid example when the aroma, taste and aftertaste are completely different, but this is not a reason to significantly lower the mark for balance, because balance is not about that.
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Hibiscus, spices, malt mixed with raw sawdust, soot on stones after a fire, pear-lemon tart with buttercream, vanilla, apple hookah tobacco, sunflower oil.
In the air, the aroma does not degrade, but it becomes easier.
I expected the same delicacy and sophistication, but met with a rougher profile.
Only fruity notes remained with a little bit of duchess and notes of soot phenols from the fragrance. Suddenly, hemp seeds and hops appeared.
Spices of tannins and youth, as well as vanilla, also remained in place.
And also rowan bitterness and sourness, dryness and astringent sensations in the mouth, as if drinking "oak" cognac.
Hops, licorice, fruity notes, then tannins gain weight and boldly dry out the mouth in a boorish way, as street hooligans do.