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Posted: August 12, 2010
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Appearance: Deep amber, slow thick legs.
Nose: Spicy with honey and creamy vanilla.
Palate: Starts with intense spice, including licorice and cloves. That gives way to candied fruit—especially cherry and nectarine—nuts and caramel before the spice rushes back in filling the top of the mouth with a kind of mintiness.
Finish: Goes on and on, returning to the fruit flavors and bringing along the honey hinted at on the nose.
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