The Spezi-brown whiskey in the glass promises a concentrated sherry charge in the glass. It could certainly be one of those many young wet sherry barrel whiskeys, but maybe I'll be surprised by an old "bitch" too. I'm curious with what I sweetens our pre-Christmas night we.
At the beginning as expected rich fermented sweet wine, almost like a really old madeira wine. Pickled cherries. Dates, raisins. Something musty, like a longer unopened shoe box. Yeah, I feel like I'm in an old dusty sherry bodega. The fermented-fruity sweetness is over-dominant, floral notes barely get through. Prominent walnut notes and oak spicy evidence of concentrated oak, which will probably expect me soon. At the very end, a minty freshness flows through the nose.
Hui is the woody-bitter, where I had a fruity sweetness in the nose, I now suck the barrel bars. Very woody, very bitter. Bitter than walnut. With the second sip, fortunately, the fruit and, above all, a beautifully spicy oak sweetness spreads. Slight coconut addition to cherry flavors again. However, these are immediately submerged in this over-dominant bitterness
Bitterness and sweetness fight on my tongue a duel for supremacy. Herbs of old sherry cling to the cheeks. The bitterness finally wins. Light metallicity tickles the cheeks.