Pale straw shimmers in the glass as oily and viscous drops come off the streaks sticking to the glass wall. Fine peach and apricot aroma mix with the first nose with dried sun-dried grain. The velvety peach becomes creamier and more intense, adding a hint of citrus and vanilla. Wax comes to my mind ... Sweet honey and floral hints unfold its voluminous aroma, a touch of mint shows up and becomes more intense and voluminous over time. Sweet, malty and with this fresh peppermint note this malt compels me to the first sip.
Dark slightly roasted cereal flavors dominate the first sip. Afterwards the alcohol unfolds its full volume and its power, slight sharpness clothes the palate. On the tongue rest dark and dull oak tones, which are clearly noticeable with their tart aroma. Fresh and clear the second sip flows over the tongue, creating a soft, waxy aroma. Again the wooden and malty sharpness shows, but this time a pinch of black pepper has joined it. The harsh and dark wood tones again follow the slowly decaying sharpness.
Malty and dark, the fine-dry aromas on the palate rest on the tongues is still a little sharpness and leaves the tongue still slightly glow. Dark fruits and slightly sweet hints follow the rather dark and restrained note. The aromas sound relatively quick and leave malt and wood on the tongue.