Color: light brown (there is a dye).
Nose: surprisingly beautiful and delicate. The main dominant here is honey with the theme of baking, bakery products (to be more precise, I "smelled" apple charlotte and oatmeal cookies). Cotton candy, candy, vanilla, cinnamon, milk chocolate continue this confectionery theme. Sherry finish, although short in time (only 9 months), but also plays a role, enriching the aroma with tones of ripe plums, red apples, green grapes or grape juice and yellow orange. It should be noted that the saturated, heavy tones of dried fruits, usually characteristic for sherry butts extracts, do not protrude here, but are organically woven into the overall aromatic structure.
Taste: it makes an overall pleasant impression, but it is rather mundane, it lacks completeness and texturing and to be honest is too watery. At first we feel grape juice, milk chocolate, plums, orange, apples, sweet white wine, a little walnuts; then comes a little bitterness of cinnamon, pepper, nutmeg; it ends with a bit of dried fruit.
Aftertaste: warming, medium duration. Ginger, apples, grapes.
In general, we can summarize that this is the most refined, elegant release among the junior regulars of Spacead, with a surprisingly beautiful and pleasant nose, which however lacks fullness, strength in taste and duration in the aftertaste.