LMDW tasting note
Color: bright gold. Nose: ample, complex. The first nose lays on its circumference perfumes of heady flowers (carnation) and white (lily of the valley). The center of the aromatic palette is occupied by vanilla pods, acacia honey and aromatic plants (chervil, sage). Then, it gradually becomes woody and fruity (William pear, Golden apple). Palate: both firm and unctuous. Very mineral (chalk, shale), its attack is also full of ripe fruit (cherry plum, white peach, pomelo). With its pressed citrus notes (lemon, grapefruit), the mid-palate slightly tightens the taste buds. Incredibly long, it is more and more praline, minty and empyreumatic (eucalyptus). With time, spices (coriander, clove) gradually appear. Final: long, greedy. With a lot of freshness, it became milky (coconut almond) almost vanilla. On the aromatic, very tertiary (Russian leather, Armenian paper), the end of mouth goes from vanilla to dark chocolate. The retro-olfaction makes us even enjoy a delicious hot chocolate flavored with juniper berries. Empty glass has come closer to malted barley and more precisely green malt.