the very versatile nose is a real cacophony of aromas, with refreshing mint, a hint of coffee grounds, rancio (raisin), cocoa powder, mead, spice bread (ginger, cinnamon), dried fruit with praline and bitter almond, prune juice, a floral note of heather, malted barley and bourbon vanilla! As a whole, it resembles a liqueur but which?
lively, with a certain sweetness. The palate is also charac- terized by mint leaf and barley pulp. An abundance of dried fruit and rancio, followed by notes of roasting coffee bean. A note of cured fish then appears. Rock ‘n’ roll!
fairly short, with lots of malted barley and dried fruit, hazelnut and almond, the finish is like a breakfast latte. But it also lingers with aromas of a Cuban cigar long after it has been smoked. On the retro-nasal olfaction, it becomes mineral with a note of hot tarmac.