family, but each have their own character. I prefer this one.
Again an active sherry cask, but
quite some nuances here. Less fruit, but more leather and furniture polish.
Then a clear hint of rum raisins and some orangettes (with dark chocolate, mind
you). Tobacco completes the picture. Then some forest scents like rotting wood
(which sounds awful, but smells great in this glass). After a few minutes a
truckload of fudge kicks in. Nice.
It is less oily than
its nephew, but tastes better. A little dirty, if you know what I mean. The
raisins return, as do the oranges and chocolate. A feisty pepper comes along. I
The finish is long on
tobacco and pepper.