Room temperature when drinking: 17 ℃
The base wine is said to have used Highland Knights, Grand Ruth and McAllen's three factories.
Viewing Eyes: Ochre color
Smell Nose: Caramel, cocoa powder, Dove brownies, roasted nuts (amber walnuts, ground peanuts, peanut butter), dried raspberries (raspberries, blueberries), floral nectar (cramberry). The smell is mainly centered on nuts, and the two basic points are preserved berries and cocoa powder.
Taste Palate: the front part is sweet and sour with fresh berries, the middle part shows floral fragrance, the back end is tea leaves, very obvious Zhengshan race and black tea. At the end of the season, fermented tea is the main tone, with black cleverness and nuts leading to wood, which is toasted oak and earth, decorated with subtropical fruits. The primary and secondary are distinct, and together they build a rich and rich atmosphere. In the mouth is a standard three-stage expansion, orderly from lively to calm, the connection is smooth and natural.
Finishing Finish: Long and rich, black tea snacks, shredded tobacco, orange jam, floral, black
Body: Medium, thick, no tannins, slightly bitter
Overall: The main line of smelling fragrance is nuts (mainly peanuts) + fine black craftsmanship, and the entrance is astringent and fragrant tea fragrance. Mature and stable but not old-fashioned, this wine can reflect the profound skills and good intentions of the bartender.
Keywords: black tea; Zhengshan race; nuts; Heiqiao
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