Fruit syrup, walk in a wooded field of wheat (WTF?) That rises in strength, until becoming almost too spicy at first. With the opening, ripe fruit, oak, chocolate more and more greedy, the fade typical of aged malt made its entry. In the mouth, it is well balanced between the fruitiness and the woody with more sweetness than the nose suggested. A little lack of power, maybe. Final woody, spicy, a little dry.