LMDW tasting note
Color: pale gold. Nose: fresh, complex. The very first nose is herbaceous (cut hay), fruity (yellow melon) and floral (heather). Then, it becomes more mature (beeswax, leather), spicy (root of ginger) and very slightly smoked (Havana, dried twig). In a haughty and airy way, its floral character is more and more affirmed (lilac, wallflower). With elegance, it continues with notes of citrus (lemon, grapefruit). Palate: fine, racy. Deliciously honeyed (acacia), the attack on the palate is in turn floral (lily, lily of the valley) and green (fresh grass). The mid-palate offers us to browse a heath covered with heather while a few black fruits (cherry, blueberry) highlight its deeply fruity character. Notes of agave and coconut precede a finish that is guessed heady. Final: delicate, subtle and nuanced, it shows as planned heady (lily, iris, carnation) and even spicy (Cayenne). Then, with gluttony, it extends on notes of nougat, praline and date. In retro-olfaction, it floats like a light perfume of peat mingled with heather. The empty glass is herbaceous (vegetal), floral (freesia), honey (lavender) and malty.