although not much. The Swedes should be so lucky. No more laughing at Jura,
Fruity nose with all kinds of berries and citrus
fruit, upholstered with hazelnuts. Great farmy side. And, just as with the TWA,
a bit of menthol. Sweetened farmer butter, becoming louder all the time. Leave
it for five more minutes and it even becomes a bit tropical. Peach, indeed.
It is oily and spice (think licquorice, nutmeg and
white pepper), with loads of orange zest. Quite some mint and peat, now,
working wonders. White chocolat, filled with caramel. Midpalate it turns
maritime with some salt and even seaweeds.
The finish is long, spicy and offers the final say to