Begins for me discreetly with dried fruit. Some cherry, plum and sour apple. Followed by hazelnut and dry wood. Slightly malty. Vanilla and chocolate powder.
With a little time in the glass the colleague becomes much lighter-colored. Goes towards unripe apricots and powdered sugar.
Slight start. But then comes a decent portion of seasoning. Has something of ginger and some kind of oriental spice. Caramel, vanilla and some licorice follow. Somewhat bitter espresso prevails. Then again the slightly immature, light fruity aroma. Almonds and dry powdered sugar I find in the taste again. The second sip of orange and some cinnamon comes through nicely.
Medium to long. First musty and with bitterness. This dry chocolate powder stays neat spicy. At the very end, sweet honey occupies the entire mouth.