Eyes: Red Orange Smell Nose: Comfortable and harmonious, lemon essential oil, herbal flavor, blood orange, mocha, Ophiopogon japonicus. Realistic cantaloupe, pectin, and tribute mandarin appeared in the middle section. This fruit smells so good. After a few minutes, it was completely dominated by fresh honeydew, tobacco, paper towels, mirin, sweet vinegar, fresh scallops, sashimi soy sauce, sweet and fresh, and then light smoke, minerals, and hyacinths. At the end of the nose, the feeling of coldness became even worse, and eight years of Laga’s green tea, mineral water and metals appeared.
Taste Palate: relatively salty, slightly sweet, slightly sour, slightly bitter. Start with green tea, minerals, chalk ash, and slowly turn to blood orange, grapefruit peel, lime wedges, and ice cubes. Then came cream, honeydew melon, gray ore, herbs and herbal spices, coffee grounds, thick tobacco, roasted oysters, black tea in the middle. The end is fried fresh octopus, flower of salt, baking soda.
Final rhyme Finish: long, Hokkaido toast, coconut paste, honey red beans, a bit of saltiness, slightly coke, scallop soup Body: medium heavy, correct, rich in fat, slightly viscous
Overall: 93/100, from the smell to the flavor, it is sweet and fresh, with no peat. The salty and freshness brought by the minerals of seawater, with citrus, honeydew melon and green extract as the base, garnished with cigarettes, black tea and coffee.
Eight years is the first raga I have ever drunk. The green tea and minerals have always been unforgettable, and this island festival, which has been more than twice as old, brought back the refreshing and lively memories in my memory.