Color: Medium amber... Orange blossom honey, Sunburst finish Stratocaster color with an initial thin ring around the glass turning into thin and quick legs.
Nose: Candied orange peel and figs. Beurre noisette, grape seeds and honey simple syrup. Wet cellar funk, light caramel and praline... Some subtle marc qualities in shape of preserved grape leaves. Dill and more butter.
Palate: Savory entry... Cheddar and dill scones, lambic beer and unsalted butter. It's thick and doughy. Warm baguette, bread crust and bone dry aged Fino sherry. Pickled walnuts, tarragon and lightly toasted oak.
Finish: Long with savory dough, pinch of salt and dried currants.
Overall: Loving it... In last two weeks I tried it next to my late night espresso, paired it with dark chocolate and desserts with heavy caramel sauce, sipped it before dinner and after dinner with just pears and apples. I feel like I enjoy it more and more every time I pour some. I think at this point it's time to admit and say out loud that I am a fan of Jacoulot... Great brandy...