Popping tobacco and dried blueberries at first, it immediately reminded me of the #7274 bottling for France a year ago. Soon the glass was filled with chocolate, raisins and some sherry wine. Charcoal, Pu'er tea, and sand-fried chestnuts slowly arrived as well. I tasted it again a month later while the delicious aromas were retained, a piece of Chinese red bean cake and longer-aged black tea leaves were also added.
Dark plums, grape jam, tobacco, and acid from the plum peel strengthened. Grape seeds were there but not obvious. After a few seconds of chewing, the mouth was full of orange jam and cherry jam with a bit of bittersweet iced black tea.
Grape jam, some grape seeds, cherry pies, syrup, Portuguese egg tarts and plum peel. The plum and mandarin orange acid lingered. Vanilla ice cream and white chocolate hit back a minute later.