Quite a dark fruity and sweet beginning, alcohol is hardly noticeable. Red berries, cherries and some plum jam determine the beginning. Everything looks slightly candied. In addition, there are always light wood aromas that contribute something slightly bitter. Chocolate, sweet rum, marzipan, some muesli and vanilla emerge in the background. Oak pushes forward and alternates with the sweet fruits. The chocolate is also part of the mix again and again. The whole thing looks rather dignified and set here. Great harmonious and versatile nose.
Tingling, slightly sharp start. Here, too, the alcohol seems to be very well integrated.
The fruits are immediately present. A little apple and apricots are added. The fruits appear sweet and chocolaty. The oak flavor is more subtle on the palate and not intrusive. There is also some marzipan and cinnamon.
Medium-length finish, chocolate and spices push themselves to the front. Fruits can only be guessed at by the way. Some oak and sweet roasted almonds. The whole finish provides a nice kick again.