The Sauternes wine barrels are immediately noticeable with a slightly (pleasant) scruffy note. Damp wood and wet leaves. But only at the beginning, because candied cherries and candied apples come quickly. A touch of roasted almonds - now bratwurst and Rievkooche, then the fairground feeling would be complete. :)
No, it's a pleasant sweetness that spreads in the nose. A nice spice mixture of marjoram, tarragon and cinnamon is added later and lets the candied fade into the background.
Sweet start with wine gum, raspberry drops and fried chewing strips with strawberry flavor. Also here at the beginning rotten, damp wood and fermented grapes. Dry wood chips, astringent. In addition to marjoram and tarragon, a good portion of pepper.
The sweetness is retained for a long time, as are the spices. Now also dark chocolate and cold espresso, dry wood.