Color: orange copper.
Nose: full , rich. Evoking an apricot tart, a marmalade or even a quince jelly, the first nose reveals a salty (flower), sweet (cane), bitter (chocolate) and acid (orange peel) balance of great elegance. . When aired, its fruitiness gains in intensity, blood oranges replace the zest and exotic fruits (mango, passion, persimmon) alongside black and red fruits (blackberry, raspberry). Sublime scents of petunia and honeysuckle punctuate the first stage of the tasting beautifully.
Palate: soft, balanced. Full of freshness, the attack on the palate spreads cane sugar over the taste buds with floral (mimosa, geranium), spicy (ginger) and liquorice accents. On the mid-palate, notes of tobacco, caramel and lime blossom honey capture the entire palate. Gradually, candied ginger, dried fruits (date, fig) and cinnamon rise to the surface of the taste palette. The aftertaste is of remarkable chocolate and floral freshness (hyacinth, rose).
Overall: long, tasty. In line with the end of the palate, the start of the finish gradually shows itself more and more pastry (cane sugar pie, rum baba). The very end of the palate is a melting pot of ripe fruits (reinette apple, pineapple, banana, lemon) on a background of liquorice and roasted flavors (coffee). In retro-olfaction, ginger and cocoa powder constitute a remarkably silky olfactory and taste duo. The empty glass is slightly empyreumatic (tar, pipe tobacco oil) and vegetable (sugar cane).