Notes from a blind tasting.
Marzipan immediately after pouring, followed by yellow fruits, a good load of cinnamon and a little mint. The nose is shy, even after standing for a long time. Still clear marzipan, and with the fruit a bit of citrus aroma. With the warmth of the hand, it comes to life, now fruity chewy chewing candies appear, the marzipan does not disappear completely, but now acts more as a complement to an increasingly intensifying dark sweetness. The aromas now result in a very appetizing bouquet, only the citrus notes are a bit too pointed in spurts.
The citrus notes are also in the mouth before, but are immediately dipped in dark honey, only to be completely pushed back by ginger and liquorice. The start is strong, the mouthfeel full and oily. In the second sip, a little chocolate, especially backwards.
The finish is rather short, and the malt continues to dry out. In the second sip, the chocolate is clearly drawn into the finish.