Starts with blood orange and smoke. Again, the smoke is not intrusive. I find the waxy here too. Albeit less pronounced. Overripe lemon is added. And now the tropical fruits are coming again. A whole basket full. First of all passion fruit again. Some kiwi and lychee. With a little time in the glass, it also goes back in the cooked direction. Bites of marzipan and white chocolate. Moist wood and a cooling mint note. The smoke is still not intrusive. Plays and covers well.
If you give your colleague even more time, he looks a bit more musty. Has something of an old card game.
Spicy start. Here too, a pleasant chilli note. The smoke is more casual in the background. With the second sip, the set, tropical fruit notes get through better. It has an older taste. Although a metallic note plays along. In addition, slightly salty. There is also a mineral taste. Slightly nutty and has something of breakfast cereal.
Here too, rather long. Fine smoke. Creamy sweetness. Has some honey. In addition pleasant spice. This tropical, remains in the finish.