I find that this Irish needs a lot of ventilation to really highlight and erase this bitterness present at the opening of the keel. Let's come back to the nose which is clearly on the fruit. The fruits of the orchard at the beginning then quickly on the exotic fruits / tropical. We find mango, pineapple and even kiwi (with its very light citric side). There is sugar syrup and vanilla woody behind this fruity basket.
Light and fruity attack (fresh fruits and citrus fruits first). The alcohol is not felt, it is well integrated with the whole.
In the middle of the mouth we find the exotic fruits with always this tip citric (Kiwi).
A slight pleasant bitterness appears at the end of the mouth accompanied by some spices scattered.
Average length still and always on the exotic fruits. We find this slight bitterness of the woody (the time has done its job) as well as vanilla notes.