Anyway, it's an affordable bottle with the decent strength that is Bunna's chosen standard; 46,3%
I see no reason to stock up, but there's no regrets in getting a bottle.
The nose is a bit weird, but I find weird interesting.
By weird I mean it's sweet and fruity, but at the same time there is a clear salty tinge to it.
In one sniff I catch the sweet sherry, in the next it is more of a sour wine note. Not unpleasant, just weird... and interesting.
Cooked apple, sugar sweet orange.
Alc is barely noticable.
I like the taste, even though I struggle to define it.
It's not typically sherry, yet it's sweet dark berries, close to black currant, yet it's not.
Pinch of salt before the pepper sets in.
The drying spice manage to drag it across medium length.
Sweet fruit, bitter chocolate. A wave of rum raisin at the very end.