palate and bitter finish.
The nose is austere and offers dried grass, flints, lime, apples and
pears. After a few minutes it becomes a lot more aromatic with loads of citrus.
Sweet as Limoncello. Water hardly changes the profile. A bit more esters, but
to little to be worth mentioning.
On the palate, this is somewhat creamy with a lot of grains and grasses.
Again a lot of citrus, like on the nose. Limezest. Through it you will discover
a lot of kininie, making it quite bitter. Sharp as a knife. Heavily peppered.
There is no change when diluted.
The finish is long and bittersweet, but too sharp to be a top dram.