The Blasda, an experiment on the bottle where you don't have to be sad that there was no sequel.
Lemon juice and very mild smoke, barely noticeable. Both aroma components swirl around a bit in the glass, sometimes you have more lemon, sometimes more smoke in your nose. However, one cannot necessarily speak of aroma fireworks now. Then there is not much more.
On the tongue with a little more character than in the nose. Dry and greasy smoke, bitter herbs. Lemon zest, dry wood. Despite the more pronounced taste, it appears thin, translucent, non-specific. You search, research, and you may not believe that nothing else comes - but that's the way it is, even on the tongue.
The smoke note then picks up at the end. But that's the only thing you can still get from it in the slightly dry finish.