Color: Orange blossom honey color with incredibly oily, thick and slow legs all around the glass.
Nose: Warm apple cider, apple strudel and honey. Cream soda, cinnamon and nutmeg. After allowing it to sit in the glass for some time it gets pretty dusty. I am getting now some wood shavings, toasted wood and vanilla. Canned pineapple and molasses cookies.
Palate: Beautifully creamy and viscous texture. It's quite dry... Granny Smith apples, apple peel and cloves. Butter and maple scones. Skillet cinnamon apples and molasses cookies again.
Finish: Bright, fresh and long... Cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and fresh Gala apple slices.
Overall: It's young, refreshing and amazingly well balanced. I can see why people are going nuts about it... I was skeptical a little about its low abv in the beginning but its texture is spot on and from nose to finish there wasn't a single moment where I wished it was bottled on a higher proof. It's creamy, spicy, fruity and buttery and all these qualities are working flawless together. Yes, it is an expensive bottle but a great one nonetheless... Thanks to Mordechai Fishman for the sample.