Dry spirits and eye watering pear drops leap to the front before it calms to sweet oak and a hint of, weirdly, Oloroso sherry.
Delicate oak sweeping instantly into rich chocolate and vanilla with an indefinable floral note hiding behind the vanilla. A touch of salty peanuts. There’s a gentle sensation almost an effervescence that wakes up the senses, it’s playful and fun.
This is a complex and lingering finish, the start is short but wonderfully powerful spice, pepper and liquorice with bitter oak. Honey and spice linger after everything else fades before they too drift off to allow a brief yet powerful resurgence of liquorice, gentian and honey.
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