Dark and cloudy copper shimmers rust-brown in the Premium Snifter, oily "legs" pull their thick webs back into the glass. Raisins and other dried berries fall on caramelized sugar and bitter dark chocolate, cinnamon and vanilla rise while velvety vineyard peaches combine with dark apricots. Sour cherry and juicy oranges are kissed by a few drops of rum pot, Zesten of oranges end tart and discreetly bitter. The nose is incredibly fruity and mild, the alcohol is wonderfully integrated, the sweetness in combination with fruit gains significantly in volume. Minimal show harsh impacts, sour cherries meet tart and spicy wood tones.
Mild and creamy, the first sip flows over the tongue, sticky and sweet sugar mixes immediately with sun-ripened oranges and peaches, the cherries and raisins are also not long in coming and sweet and fruity to advantage. Hints of dried berries and grapes, followed by milk chocolate and toffee, followed by caramel and raisins in rum.
Flavor and aftertaste blur, the fruit notes are still very dominant, in the aftermath are slightly bitter and understandably a bit flatter. Sugar and sweetness are still sticking on the palate, hints of tart and slightly sourish fruit notes combine with spicy and tart wood elements. With some leaves and pine needles, the finish sounds voluminous and leaves dried grapes and berries with old hazelnuts and walnuts.