Sobering. Immature and tasteless little convincing. Of course, in this experiment, the intention is to focus on the different stages of maturity and barley, however, this malt is considered to be simply below average and for the "connoisseur" rather uninteresting.
First, clear youth and noticeable alcohol, which luckily after some time, something sets. Then sweet malt, a little pastry and creamy honey sweetness. A few floral notes are present as well as a few sour, unripe fruits. Altogether for my taste a bit too "wild" and young, but with recognizable approaches.
Powerful, slightly snappy start. The alcohol pushes powerful and prickles on the tongue. Here, too, a slightly sourish note as with unripe fruit and a clear Obstler note (pear?), Which is increasingly strong in the mouth. There is also some fruit sweetness and light oak, but overall it goes down a bit.
Even on the finish this note of quite cheap Obstler somehow hang, even after the malt has long disappeared from the tongue. This remains slightly dry back, the finish itself rather unspectacular and short.