For me it starts a bit bitter, but with a lot of vanilla. Plus a subtle touch of glue. Rotten wood, a hint of caraway and a sweet white wine scent. Caramel, hazelnut and a little bit of dark chocolate. Slightly sour orange marmalade and warm pear compote. I'll let it go…
With a little time in the glass, the colleague looks thicker and thicker. Even syrupy. Just got some wine cream. A little rose hip follows. The light fruit notes are now more towards dried fruit. It also becomes significantly sweeter. Brown sugar and subtle herbs.
Very nice nose!
Soft start. Then the alcohol pushes and brings a pinch of nutmeg. It only gets drier before a creamy, light fruit sweetness takes over the mouth. The nutty brings with it a certain bitterness. A hint of Haribo liquorice and overripe mango. Forest blossom honey and of course vanilla should not be missing. The taste has something of forest. A bit bitter. Difficult to describe. Pear is also evident again in the taste. There's a pure alcohol note inside, some of which I have with triple-distilled whisk (e) y.
Medium length. Nice creamy and pleasant sweetness. A bit of bitter oak completes the story. I also find this fine, pure alcohol note again.