good. Absolutely recommended! Elegantly complex on the nose, with oscillating
fruitiness and tertiary sensations of spices.
first, quite savory and spicy for a PX cask.
Myriads of cooking spices like black pepper, coriander, caraway, and
other indistinct flavors. Then, after about 15-20 minutes, the sweeter fruit
aromas emerge. Associations of dark berries, juicy cherries and poached
peaches. Marzipan and some herbal honey.
arrival. Honeyed oak, menthol, a touch of dark chocolate and a whole lot of
sherry goodness. An evanescent citrus backdrop, black tea leaves, and faint
Despite the lack of overt oakiness on the palate, tannins linger quite a while.