A nose well imbued with rum scents. All the better, it's the nose I love in brown rum (and not the mouth that I find too sweet).
Cane sugar, floral freshness. After aeration, a little dusty wood.
This mouth is the missing link between the virgin oak profile and the sherry profile. A little wood, yellow fruit compote, sweet sweetness (the leg of rum, without being too much?), Some spicy spices.
Final quite short. The dusty and sweet wood resurfaced, giving an antique side as a last impression.