Nose: deep, balsamic, with notes of camphor and the typical estery Jamaican “funk”. Cane sugar, some fermented and winey notes.
Palate: identical to the nose, but also with notes of wood resin, pine needles, black pepper, and a hint of flour. There is a background sweetness, but the overall impression is dry and spicy. Raisins, old wood.
Finish: hot, peppery, lively. The “funky” Jamaican note lingers on the tongue for a long time.