Nose: nutty notes (hazelnuts, praline, salted peanuts) as well as some warm wood (including a hint of vanilla) but also a saline, coastal note. Toasted almonds, minerals, a hint of cocoa. Just a light meaty element as well. There’s a nice tension between the round side and the coastal Sanlúcar character.
Mouth: crisp onset, with a silky / glyceric texture and a hint of caramel. Lacks a bit of punch in the middle but gains strength after a while, showing a light peppery touch, plenty of nuts (almonds, walnuts) and some coastal notes. Burnt sugar. Rather long aftertaste on wood, dried apricots and hints of turrón.