Nose : Lively, powerful. Coconut milk and fresh sugar cane juice are underpinned by the acidity of the citrus fruit (lime, orange). It slowly merges into notes of agave and geranium. The lavender honey gradually creeps its way across the aromatic palette.
Palate : Fine, lingering. Although its opening is chocolatey and roasted (coffee), it quickly develops into something more spicy (pepper, nutmeg) and chilli-like. Heady florals (lily, tuberose) take over the mid-palate and are seasoned with vanilla pods and toffee. Lighly earthy and liquorice, it tends to tighten around the palate.
Finish : Long, silky. An incredibly pure and expressive note of lychee takes over the composition. Well-defined notes of rose appear at the end of the palate, evoking the fruit’s fresh petals. The retronasal olfaction is mouth-watering. Once empty, the glass has a fermented, lactic aspect.