This is expensive. But should you get the chance, you should taste it. Really.
Quite pale for an Oloroso. A golden amber.
Varnish and mahogany and almonds and caramel and roasted oranges, dusty Victorian office-rich wood, leather, pipe tobacco.
All from the nose on the palate but with the most rich and sensuous mouthfeel utterly elegant, held by polished wood and a baked citrus acidity. Silky. Leafy notes. Length for miles. Amazing; truly amazing.
Tasted 22 November 2012 at Swig.