Color : Topaz with greenish reflections.
Nose : Rich, concentrated. On the first nose, the setting is established, an elegant peat and many red and black fruits (raspberry, strawberry, blackberry, blackcurrant) play on an equal footing. Upon aeration, peat, soot, smoke, and animal notes take the upper hand. From then on, change of scenery: licorice, camphor, turmeric, green lemons, and especially malt barley grains enter the scene to give the reply to an increasingly intense smoke.
Palate : Delicate, purified. Overflowing with exoticism (pineapple, banana), the attack on the palate is also milky (latte, cream cheese), herbaceous (alfalfa), licorice, oily, and intensely smoky and peaty. Upon aeration, candied lemons, acacia honey, and verbena evoke an old-fashioned white tiled port. Licorice, terpenic (lava, incense), the finish takes us straight in front of the fireplace (soot, ashes).
Finish : Long, gourmet. At the beginning of the finish, flavors of vanilla flan and tobacco notes coexist in perfect harmony. In reality, over the course of the tasting, the animal (air-dried meat) character of this Amrut has become increasingly marked. In circumference, ripe fruits (pear, apple), citrus fruits (lemon, grapefruit) and green licorice play the indispensable secondary roles in its balance. In the retro-olfaction, malt barley grains, peat, and smoke persist.