The Black Forest shimmers creamy orange in the Premium Snifter, while oily "legs" rise heavily on the glass wall, dark and dried berries. Minimal roasted aromas and a touch of ground hazelnuts join sweet grapes and berries, a pinch of cinnamon mixes with cocoa powder and scraped-out vanilla pod. Little by little a dry spiciness sets in, hints of lovage disappear in chocolate and cocoa, the alcohol shows its "biting" side from time to time. Grain, a hint of sour cherries, raisins, a little peach and zest of orange peel, the flavors alternate every second. Only the dominant chocolate note with dried grapes remains in the foreground all the time ...
The malt flows creamy over the tongue. Dark grapes and berries immediately stick sweetly on the palate, caramel and toffee come to the fore, hazelnuts and spicy herbs, malty notes of grain come into their own. Dark chocolate and hints of espresso finish with a pinch of pepper on the tongue. Little by little, pleasant spiciness envelops the entire tongue, while malt and cereal grains swim creamy in the stimulated saliva under the tongue.
Chocolate and caramel with dried grapes stick slightly tart on the palate, wet grain spreads creamy under the tongue, hazelnuts appear while raisins and caramel slowly fade. The last remnants of the dark chocolate sticking to the tongue melt slowly, spicy and minimally tart, the herbs and spices fade, hazelnuts and raisins withdraw ...