the first thing I come across is a surge of sulfur. Not a nice start, but let's see what comes next.
Then it becomes very reserved and it takes time.
But gradually the flavors come.
A spicy blend of herbs and resinous wood now comes. The sherry barrel also greets. There are also bananas and pineapples with cloves. The sweetness is reminiscent of beeswax or strongly of mead. A winter drop!
With water, cinnamon is added and it becomes rounder.
The first sip begins sweetly before a stiff salty breeze comes up. Bitter notes come out at the back. It feels creamy and creamy on the tongue. Like.
It is also malty in the mouth. Such a mixture of toasted bread or rather burnt bee sting. The bitter note reminds me of almonds. Black currants are also there. Sour pineapple is added with a little water.
Basically, the drop reminds me of a caramel cappuccino sprinkled with cinnamon.
The whole thing changes with water.
The caramel becomes stronger and strong dark chocolate comes out at the back. So one of 80% with dried fruit in it.
dark chocolate also dominates here. It stays in the mouth very well and slowly melts away. A pinch of salt remains there initially.
The sulfur at the beginning was a bit annoying. Otherwise solid but not exceptional.