Toffee and herbs: very green tarragon is drizzled with thin but intense-flavoured caramel sauce. Fresh minty touches are accompanied by sharp apples and buttery icing. Crisp barley sugar notes develop along with hints of lemon.
Pear drops, rhubarb and custard sweets, and banana purée lead. Fruity notes build along with pine needles and lots of green leafiness. A layer of toffee sweetness sits underneath everything, studded with pockets of spice and sweet black liquorice.
The herbs are up front, with a gentle aniseed tingle that fades to light treacle toffee and gentle spice.
A fresh-tasting rum with weightier character than the nose suggests. Digging deeper into the glass is rewarded with more complexity and darker flavours.