Very sweet first encounter in the nose: sweet black cherries, glazed apple, vanilla kipper - and then pulls a emerging fine smoke, which previously waberte only as a clue in the background, out of the candy store, to the beach, out to sea.
Now salt and the smell of dune grass in the sun, campfire smell blows over, sweet-salty seaweed tickles the nose.
Seamless from mouth to nose: the beach fire with dry wood and dry branches still patters. A fine, but nevertheless intense peat smoke note lays on the tongue, mixes with cocoa and coffee beans. Vanilla pods and cherries lend sweetness. Salt, some (cayenne) pepper and rosemary give seasoning. Now also phenolic, medically. Menthol makes for a cool breeze after a while.
Long and dry. Menthol still cools, and the wind from the sea has refreshed once more, bringing over the smell of seaweed, peat smoke and a roast over the campfire.