Aroma of tree bark. Earthy, astringent and slightly salty taste. Very watery. It makes your mouth water.
Pairs well with
Cooked beets, black tea, honey, malt, bacon, tomato juice, tomato paste, chocolate chip cookies, bagels, buckwheat honey, lavender honey, Emmental cheese, braised beef sauce, fresh asparagus, black truffle , duck foie-gras, baked kohlrabi, onion, tomato, fresh onion, hazelnut, gruyere cheese, Jerez sherry, baked duck fillet, baked bacon, Guinea fowl,
Game meats and dishes with mushrooms. Mild Tasting notes meat as well as white fish and white meat. A good accompaniment to desserts.
All year round.