Color is Burnt Umber without reddish.
An extremely powerful nose, a lot of caramel and Virgin Oak woodiness, with some roasty aromas. One thinks to have an old noble bourbon in the glass, also the color blows into the same horn. From the alcohol is nothing to feel in the nose. Heat actually makes it even fuller (that works?), And also adds some fruitiness, candied papaya or something, maple syrup. Add some tobacco and leather.
Buttery soft in the mouth, again with a lot of caramel, fir honey, but also a good blow barrel acid. The alcohol pushes late, but all the more powerful, without the slightest trace of burning. Warms up fuller, more balanced, darker, caramel, an idea maple syrup, again leather and dusty loft, dries off to the rear and brings a lot of fresh wood.
Sounds slow and warms up extremely. The dark sweetness goes together with a beautiful tannin-rich fresh wood note that lingers at the end much longer and in a Nussigkeit, like walnuts uberght. Overall, very long.