It's subtle, you get lost. A drop of sherry, sweet olives, a hint of peat (2 ppm apparently), gingerbread, chocolate, hazelnuts. Finally vanilla, green tea, mint, a touch of herb, After eight. And at the same time it's sweet, raisins, wet brioche, it looks like pudding.
On the palate, green tea is present, as well as the vegetal notes, just the right amount of vanilla, chocolate milk, all sprinkled with pepper. Long final, caramelized, woody, mint rises in retro-olfaction, it's a little dry, very pleasant.