My first thought is Grain...
Glue and sticky sweetness. Vanilla, dry but somehow soaked wood. Roses, coconut, lychee, tart juicy pineapple, Big Red chewing gum, bit of musty weed.
With time in the jar, wood resin develops and becomes tougher. Nougat and a fine pinch of herbs.
With even more standing time comes more caramel and a dash of cream - coffee - chocolate. In the meantime, the herbs become tart and more intense. Very nice, layered interplay.
The empty glass smells of leather and dried apricots.
Soft start. Then pleasantly peppery with something fresh. So in the direction of menthol. Slight espresso bitterness and more tart herbs. Still, the sticky sweetness remains. More peach and coconut in the taste.
With the second sip, the colleague looks much older and mustier. Dark chocolate and cake spices. The tart pineapple remains in the background.
Long and full-bodied.