Color: bleached, straw, light Consistency: thick-lipped, strong drops form, which flow down quickly Nose (glass): fresh with a sparkling pepperiness, it literally buffs on the nose, roasted aromas, chocolate. Is there a slight hint of smoke at the very back? The Pfeffrigkeit from the beginning has disappeared and it shows a pleasant, not too dominant sweetness, coupled with a floral note. My nose also showed signs of grapefruit. Heated, it looks a bit earthy on me. Above all hovers a nice rum note, but leaves the other flavors space. I think the longer he lusts, the clearer is the rum note, and a slightly dry-grassy note comes along, just as nice.
Now the whiskey has also been enough in the Bukanter, so this is now his turn.
Nose (Bukanter): fir flavors, sweetish. The rum comes more clearly forward, nougat, chocolate
Palate: mild and soft, a palate flattering. Rum notes, nice sweetie. Over time, he begins to tingle in the mucous membranes and on the tongue, not strong, but noticeable. The third sip then shows a pleasant dry note. Again, I think to have noticed floral impressions, more towards flower than grass or hay.
Finish: also mild and soft, nicely warming in the stomach (and even after the third sip) and also here are beautiful rum aromas, which remain persistent.
My conclusion: Even today I had a delicious Leisetreter in the glass. Without corners and edges, just very nice round. And as I wrote above, the rum will become more apparent over time. Unfortunately the bottle is empty,