The bottle is now half empty. The air let it develop nicely.
Starts today fruity fresh and subtly creamy. A nice vanilla note prevails. Behind it a sour, tangy fruit aroma flashes again and again. With green apple and peppermint chewing gum. A slightly rotten wood smell joins it. Baking hits it really well. Lemon pudding and orange peel and fine cake spices now prevail.
With a little time in the glass, the colleague looks sweeter and the fruit a little lighter. Apricots and sea buckthorn jelly. A little salty with it.
Dry, but very fruity start. A bit tropical here now. Mango, papaya. A creamy, sweet mouthfeel develops before a transition to the dry, spicy wood taste develops. The wood becomes dustier and a little bitter with the second sip. Vanilla opens with. In addition, there is a gentle saltiness. Even a little caramel. Sometimes it feels like dry pastries with a little salt on top. A beautiful, varied mouthfeel builds up.
Rather long. First dry and with nice wood flavor. Then there is the tropical, creamy sweetness again. The alcohol tumbles pleasantly. At the very end, this fine salty taste settles on the tongue.