Color: dark gold.
Body: dense, oily.
Nose: slightly pinched, not very intense, but gradually revealing with a lot of colors. A bit alcoholic (barrel fortress makes itself felt). Bourbon exposure is recognized due to the appreciable share of acetone, varnish, oil nuances in the aroma. Honey notes, orange peel, lemongrass, many nutty shades of hazelnuts and spicy shades of fresh bitter pepper (such as cayenne or chili) and cloves, sweet aromas of dried fruits (dried apricots and prunes), plum and cherry jam and fresh mango, toffee, milk chocolate are clearly distinguished. , marzipan and hints of coffee, animal skins and peaty oak notes.
Taste: energetic and burning, intensely tingling oral cavity. Lemon acidity and honey sweetness are quite quickly washed off by a powerful pepper wave with a small presence of peat and oak nuances. The taste continues its development in the direction of vanilla, peach, dried apricots, red apples, berries, coffee and milk chocolate.
Finish: medium-long, warming, but uninteresting, without much development. Dried fruits and vanilla.