A dram not unpleasant but a bit monolithic. We find the same aromas / flavors of the nose at the finish. The set could work very well, but the wood unfortunately takes over the rest too much. It's still a nice aperitif (maybe to try on the rocks, or cocktail with sugar, lemon and Perrier).
First, we breathe clear vapors of universal glue and other solvents of all kinds before perceiving beautiful notes of vanilla cream. Then comes the farandole of dried exotic fruits and the woody. Imagine that you have a package of aperitifs (the greens, the ones with lots of dried coconuts in it). Well, now, imagine that you open this package in the middle of a carpentry, with the smell of wood chips and glue. Well, here you are. Unfortunately, the balance is not there because the glue / solvent odors are too dominant.
The palate is soft, first on the wood, then on the dried exotic fruits and a hint of vanilla. A little feeling of licking a board anyway (besides, there is a little glue on the wood), with a small side rasping.
Medium length. On dried exotic fruits (papaya, coconut), vanilla and wood.