But he is a bit too sour in my mouth, from the port keg the berry essence is present, but hardly sweet.
Densely interwoven with dark berries, slightly medicated herbaceous nature, greasy leather and some wet wool felt, and always comes concentrated candied fruit notes with dark fir honey. Makes a great impression.
Creamy and supple like Black Forest cake with a smoldering oak log, becoming quickly acidic towards the end, the whole thing.
Old wooden planks, which were processed with Brenneisen, echoes of espresso and at the end a bit calomelike bitterness, which after a while becomes wood tones.