Long and tough drops pull their syrupy paths back into the glass on the glass wall, dark and rust-colored amber shimmering mysteriously in the glass. Dark grapes and berries stand majestically out of the glass, old oranges and peaches are zealous. A mixture of creamy milk chocolate and bitter dark chocolate spreads opulently in the nose, a touch of coffee and a slightly sour fruit notes rise from the dominant chocolate note. Dried raisins and sour cherries come into their own, spicy wood tones and a subtle balsamic note exude their spicy and slightly sour bouquet. The different flavors such as balsamic, cherries, chocolate and oranges try to play their dominance, resulting in an extremely spicy and multi-layered aroma.
Creamy and complex, the first sip flows over the tongue into the mouth. Milk chocolate and creamy caramel mix with old oranges and velvety peaches. A subtle espresso aroma is slowly becoming intense and ends in subtle bitter and tart aromas. Hazelnuts and walnuts merge with the creamy chocolate to a sweet mass with tart and spicy notes. Slowly the alcohol makes itself felt with a pleasant glow on the tongue. Creamy and harmonious, the variety of aromas exudes a chubby warmth in the mouth.
Dark berries and creamy chocolate rest on the tongue, walnuts and a touch of espresso are added to create a wonderfully harmonious and dark fruit mouthfeel. Again mix creamy milk chocolate and walnut chips, tart and spicy rest the creamy aromas long in the mouth before the wonderfully creamy finish slowly fades away. Walnuts and chocolate as well as slightly dry and tart wood tones are remembered for a long time.