First to note is the oiliness of the sample with very slow thick legs almost hanging on the side of the glass. Initially a very dusty sour dough rye bread developing with time into a freshly baked fruit malt loaf. Further aromas are of an earthy garden theme at springtime with bursts of angelica and fresh mint leaves appearing. The taste carries on with this sweet herbal theme; cinnamon sticks in dried oranges, nutmeg and an empire biscuit decorated with a glace cherry. With little water sweeter and fruitier like a lemon cordial or a lemon drizzle cake and the additional freshness of a bar of Mint Aero. The taste is now a lemon meringue pie and real old-fashioned lemonade.