Nose: First thought: Full fruity cherry and pleasant tart and spicy wood flavors. In the second run you will find a nice vanilla / honey and cinnamon note as well as some cloves / nutmeg and lovage, which join the bitter tea flavors of the oak. In general, the drop reminds me a little bit of Christmas and I associate my oranges superficially with orange peel. Generally the drop is balanced fruity-tart and also pleasantly sweet in the nose. In the course of the nose is somewhat vinous and increases in the wort, which I find very pleasant. 3-4 drops of water: The nose changes slightly in the direction of orange and the spice remains present, but moves back into the background. A very pleasant bitter almond or apricot kernel develops in the glass, which combines associated vanilla and tart oak flavors. Taste: Soft, voluminous and only slightly tingling, the drop settles on the tongue. Spicy and roasted aromas accompanied by a pleasant fruit in the form of fruity, sour orange that lingers for a long time in the mouth. The fruit is present but not overcharged but discreet and completes the wonderfully spicy aromas. Warming, the drop migrates down the esophagus, develops aromas of dark chocolate and is in no way very bitter. A residual sweetness and tender bitter note remain present on the tongue for a long time. 3-4 drops of water: Spicy, fruity and slightly dry in the mouth. Orange is in my opinion a little more present and tingles with light acid on the middle of the tongue. Roasted hazelnuts and the slight bitterness of walnuts are to be felt. In the aftermath, a pleasant vanilla note is released, which merges with the already identified bittersweet notes. Conclusion: really delicious and harmoniously complex. A malt to my liking, but it takes some time in the glass.