Starts with wax and a dry wood note. A pleasant pinch of salt is added. The colleague smells partly sweet and light fruity and partly I find it mineral. For me it has something like peach with lime dust. Add some marzipan. I'll leave that little bit ...
With a little time in the glass, the colleague looks thickened. Now more apricots and gooseberries. In addition a cooling peppermint note. Oranges and always there, the mineral. Yeast dough is still coming.
Spicy start. Immediately peppery and this slight saltiness again. Caramel and milk chocolate. Tough honey and a few herbal herbs. The taste of plums and yeast dough are better. Some grain accompanies the story '. Some bitter almonds and again the orange. More like orange liqueur. In addition, subtle roasted aromas. In terms of taste, the mineral remains in the background and swims comfortably.
Rather long. Cooling peppermint and chocolate. I'm doing something with After Eight. This waxy sticks to the cheeks for a long time.