The fruits that I perceive faintly behind the smoke could be currants, unripe gooseberries. The acid is repeatedly covered by smoke, both oscillate back and forth, the smoke dominates.
A waxy sweetness, almost floral, flashes and the initially felt / imagined alcohol note (?) Turns out to be spicy.
The mouthfeel is pretty oily and the drop immediately dresses the whole palate. At the edges of the tongue, the spice tingles like slightly peppery, ashen effervescent powder. After a while in the mouth a very slight fruitiness, which I can not really grasp, because smoke, ash and various chocolate and cocoa flavors cover everything. Or is there a hint of diluted pear juice dripping on the bittersweet chocolate. In any case, the Malt looks beautifully balanced and harmonious - an adult, tamed Wilder with interwoven, mysterious flavors.
In the long finish, the malt becomes drier. The palate feels furry, the teeth "squeak" easily. The keg reports with a nice middle bitterness. It tastes like chocolate ash. Tongue and palate remain smoky for a long time. This feeling is not great, but it lasts a long time. Schööön laaang!