First you're led a quick, cursory wander around fruit stalls, amid those luscious, juicy fruits (overripe soft apricots), stewed fruit, various jams; then head for melliferous flowers/herbs, honeysuckle?, catch a brief glimpse of florist's (violets?). Now iodine, some vanillin derived from cured vanilla pods, burnt caramel/crème caramel, soufflé?, white pepper, cinnamon, sherry inspired notes evolve, glazed dates, golden sultana raisins, baked banana. Which, ultimately, turn into warm sweet malt, almond, and cocoa butter.
Changeable, inconstant palate, rather unstable tread, several phases of progression there.
Probably, citrus fruit takes the most prominent part in this whole sequence of flavours. Buttery, creamy body, dense, smoked cheese, olive oil?, salt, ropy calamaries meat, earthy/ashy, charred wood. All are mingled very well and nicely, the balance is amazing, pure delight!
Mineral (flint), brine, resinous, zest, citric acid, peanut butter?, Seville orange-/lemon marmalade, savoury smoked fish (kipper), loam?, mild saltiness that lingers at the sides. It is quite lengthy, nippy, biting, with lots of citrus in the last stage, saltiness shifting in direction of blood oranges and wood spice.