Nose: Hui, there's a lot in it. Cooked red berries, especially raspberry and strawberry stand out. A pleasant hint of vanilla as well as dark chocolate, walnut and a kind of fruit aroma resonate as well. Generally a nice, pleasantly vinous sour fruit aroma with elegant tart oak but always with an elegant sweet-spicy component, reminiscent of a scraped-out vanilla pod. All flavors stay in balance without tilting in an extreme direction. In the background, after some time, an earthy, spicy, tobacco / leather component, which accompany the already rich aroma. The nose tells me a lot! With more oxygen, the spicy, tart aromas come to the fore a little more, without, however, leading to an imbalance. After another 20 minutes, the drop goes in an increasingly nutty direction. Roasted hazelnuts and the tangy nutty aroma of walnuts are to be felt. Fits but still excellent in the overall flavor. Taste: Soft, subtly sweet, which reminds of sweet mint with toffee; wonderfully spicy and pleasantly tingling, the aroma develops in the mouth. I can not identify sweet fruits directly, but a pleasant acidity accompanies the otherwise very dominant spicy aroma of the drop. Over time, the spicy tobacco / leather association is getting stronger, but without bringing a very strong bitterness. An elegant bittersweet chocolate and vanilla accompany the aroma as well. In the aftermath, but then again the oak speaks, but not with the bitter, musty gavel, but very elegant spicy and bittersweet, which makes me associate, among other things, latte with vanilla flavor. The finish is long and covers the tongue, but hardly with residual fruit, but rather with subtle spice of herbs and dark oak notes of the oak. Conclusion: The nose is very complex and successful. Especially the taste is really my case. The price is very decadent and not a drop for the 0815-moment in the evening. This full charge of spice being dumped on the tongue is hammer-like! Nevertheless, the malt is in no way unbalanced and very complex.