characteristic sherry, to the point that it looks like a ... Roofer !!
a little leather, mold, macerated raisins, slightly cooked red and black fruits, pastry spices, malt well present.
a bit of bitterness, well integrated alcohol, then well soaked wood that comes out
then, the cooked and macerated fruit arrives, the spices still sweet, a little white pepper afterwards, the sensation of a slightly overdone fruit, not rotten, just before, which remains in a drawer; the leather chair, the cleaning lacquer on the sleeves, the wood in return, a little bitter almonds and sherry in common.
marzipan, leather, candied and sweet red fruits for a monolithic but long finish.