Toasted pine nuts, vanilla, little bit of burnt hay. Some old oak here and a thick chunk of chocolate cooking in a pot. Rather delightful to smell, let's properly dive into this.
Ginseng root, angelica sinesis, goji berries on the first dive. It's a Chinese medicinal shop, filled with rows and shelves of herbs.
Bring that in deeper and the roasted scents of wood emerges, proper old style of black bread, walnuts, raisins. Some light and soft feel, like a sweetened plum dipped into marshmellow.
Dry with medium intensity, dried plums, kumquat, sour plums and an endless stream of lightly scented flowers. Similar note to those white yellow peony.
The slightly bitter and grain like note on the tip of the end reminds me of the alfalfa I used to feed my rabbit. An earthy and musky scent to go along with the nutty taste.