The wine is also a medicine, and the good drink can be poured. This is really like medicine, ginseng and saponin are skin; peat, ash, and dried flowers are bones; fruits and preserves are gods. The peat notes that point to the end are like the smoke of the late autumn in the North, clean and warm without being aggressive, leaving an ensemble stage for cloves, cinnamon, ginseng and milk. The base color of the sweet fruit brought by the Shirley barrel and the slightly ham-flavored flavor make people want to believe that he has become a calm water from a non-stick hairy guy.
The entrance is the ripe fruit of too much toffee, ore, tanned leather and slightly tannins. The combination of oak and peat is like the classic Lagavulin. As the sweetness decreases, the flavors of black and saponin slowly emerge, and finally spices, tobacco, tar, and pepper.
The deeper flavor wheel discards the lighter flavors of various floral and milk foams in the smell of the scent. The oak and peat form the main color, and the majestic flavor makes it easy for the drinker to inter-textually serve the wine. The body is also at its peak.
Longer, will endless fireworks, licorice, vanilla, deep-baked Mandheling, cocoa powder.