Very light white wine
Light, sweetish smoke. Then dry wood comes to light. He needs some time in the glass. I'll stick to a hint.
Passion fruit and sand. Asphalt steam and angekockeltes leather. From the background comes lemon and rancid fat. What salty, modriges joins. He still smells of wet steel. But somehow not directly boyish. With even longer life in the glass, he smells of powder and ginger.
First softer, slightly watery onset. Oha ... then spice up. Even subtle chili, I would say. Modrige air and brackish sea water. Now comes the smoked bacon. Moist, mineral taste. Old olive oil. Above all this sweetish smoke.
The second sip I find something like dried orange and unripe fruit.
Rather long and neat spicy. Mineral and rather dry. What stays in my mouth reminds me a lot of barbecue cheese.