Starts with a lot of caramel. Then there is rotten wood, some icing sugar and vanilla. Pear liqueur and a hint of chocolate. The nose is surprising me a bit. Very pleasant, actually. I'll leave it there.
With a little time in the glass it gets a lot lighter. So towards overripe, mushy mirabelle plums. Then something sweet and sour follows. Red apple and subtle roasted aromas. Then it gets sweeter and sweeter.
Metallic and schnapps-like appearance. Has something of a raspberry spirit from an oak barrel. The wood takes over. Now looks more and more youthful. Some grain follows. And a slight plastic taste develops. The roasted aromas develop in the taste into a little spark. Bites of vanilla and sour, unripe, green apple. An artificial sweetness follows.
Short to medium length. Bitterness which is then replaced by proving sweetness.