Notes from a blind tasting.
Dark sherry on the nose, quite spicy and with noticeable alcoholic spikes. After a while he seems significantly brighter and softer, the alcohol is not so aggressive anymore. Spices are now fighting for a creamy sweetness with forest fruits, blackberries. Slightly sour tart notes are also there. Warms up again much darker and sherrylastiger, the alcohol now cuts downright in the nose.
Still very powerful and spicy in the mouth, but no longer unpleasant. No burning, but a fresh Mentholeinschlag. In addition sweet dark honey and dried fruit. Again, a bit of industrial alcohol. To the back also harsh notes of the oak, but sinking slightly below the menthol.
In the finish Menthol is the dominant note, but it is quite short. In the second sip, the sweetness can last a little longer, but inevitably loses in the end.