Candle wax, unless it is ointment, camphor, glue. Then the influence of the wood is felt, it becomes almost fruity, like orgeat syrup or white plum. Varnish, mint candy, a touch of iodine. It's pretty maritime finally. Peat and sherry, quite a bit. A light sherry, rather raisins than red berries. Elastic, leather, straw, we finish on a farmer's touch.
On the palate, it is quite mature, suitably spicy, woody, with apple and beetroot, a little lemon. A very malty finish, with slight hints of caramel and yeast. In retro-olfaction, one would think to have drunk stout, it is very cereal and somewhat earthy. Overall, very subtle and rather friendly, long finish.