Notes from a blind tasting.
Yellow fruit compote, low density at first, rather delicate. A hint of herbs. The density develops over time, as if he had to realize that he was allowed to go out of the bottle after such a long time. Cardboard, somewhat dusty, with dried figs. Looks more and more perfect over time, very round. Ripe peaches, bare rock, fig bread. Warms up even more mineral, furniture polish, barrel acid and a trace of cough syrup.
Not very sweet, but even more creamy. After a short time a strong chili catch. Individual aromas are difficult to isolate, but the balance is exemplary. Fruit acid, mineral, a hint of fruity sweetness, plus herbs to the rear, an idea of coffee.
The finish is a rather quick fading. The herbs stay the longest. Never bitter or really dry. Finally some licorice.