174 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Smells sweet, almost of fine bourbon and chocolate.
Liquor: Light, golden-clear colour, with a sweet and enticing aroma.
Flavour: The liquor is sweet and fragrant, with an intoxicating, full bodied bourbon note. The body of the liquor is full and satisfying.
Dry Leaf Nose: Chocolate, herbs and strawberry.
Liquor: Golden, with a slight cloud. The aroma is of rich chocolate, strawberry and herbs.
Flavour: Rich and chocolatey, with herbal notes hitting the palate first and quickly. A second wave of strawberry and chocolate lingers.
Dry leaf nose: Refreshing ginger with slight orange notes.
Liquor: Very bright, greenish-gold, clear liquor. Nice ginger aroma.
Flavour: Sweet with ginger and licorice, the green tea tempers the sweetness and adds a note of its own. The orange is present in the cup but not prominent. The peppercorn adds a zest. Rosehips finish the blend with a fruity afternote.
Dry leaf nose: Aromas of fennel and anise, with a light sweetness and a hint of chili.
Liquor: Golden clear.
Flavour: Very sweet and medium bodied. Strong fennel and anise flavour with a sweetness added from the licorice. The chilies make the liquor hot and spicy, especially if you get a whole one in the steep. Very interesting: feels soothing, yet hot on the throat and palate.