The glass in your hand is a 2013 Guadeloupe and a 2004 Haiti blend.
Like a proud groan this bouquet floods our nose initially through chocolate, black cherry, almond and dried fruit. If we only wait a few moments, other essences will no doubt come about: maple syrup, fruits of the forest and mentholated innuendos.
The palate is enveloping: an echo to the more balsamic notes despite the prevalence of tobacco, vanilla and liquorice.
Full of rhythm, this is a spirit that never wearies us thanks to its complexity and ability to fulfil a stimulus for our imagination and curiosity.
Antonio W. Bleve