N- Nose numbing ozone and sharp citrus that took awhile to subsides, clouded by the summer sweats and yeasty notes, peculiar sphere but not all unpleasant, as the metal crash sort of 'clean sulphur' nuance don't come very often. The moderate PX brought the fruity elements that reminiscent red dates, dry calamansi peel and the raisin. Fragrantly peppers emerged as it breath. (86/20)
P- Like a strong black tea sweetened with essence of red dates, nutty oak aged bitter stout crosses the semi dark shades, with stewed berries appeared at the right place. (86/20)
F- Medium long, dryness on bitter sweet, candy dust with spices, and hoppy chews on the throat. (87/21)
B/B- 87/21 PX tempering the funky nature. Born in wine cask before finished in PX? Just a thought.
Weighted Rate- 82pt