Berry-dominated malt on the nose, then more spiciness and spices in the taste and overall very soft; long-lasting.
60 euro? Phew, it's best to get a sample first... He does a lot of things right, but you have to like what he does. In any case, the Tawny Port was quite active.
[86 - 82 = good whiskey -> get (second) bottle? Maybe...]
initially sweet, mushy plum, then it turns into a red-berry aroma, especially a strawberry aroma stands out for me, although red currants and raspberries can also be found there.
Everything together results in a red jelly moment with vanilla ice cream and a custard on top.
A wine and gummy bear aroma appears with a delay, but stays in the background.
The Tawny Port clearly imprints its character on the malt; you have to look for other flavors. A flowery spice still resonates overall.
Creamy soft, very soft! Berry aroma, more spice is now clearly noticeable. Immediately it becomes drier. There is a slight tart note, but does not turn bitter.
Has something of oak spice and strawberry jam. He's getting even drier.
Second sip: very soft, creamy-viscous mouthfeel; Spices of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg and everything that goes in the direction of Christmas spices appear. He's getting dry again.
He develops a flowery character little by little... but seems kind of strange; you have to like.
Quite long-lasting, oak spice and tannins stick on the tongue and on the palate. Red fruits swing slowly.
Dark chocolate/dark dry chocolate of the bone dry type. However, the fruit component is still noticeable.