The first whiff of the bottle and it's almost as if there's nothing there. It's very light and barely hints of what's to come.
In the spoon the color has greenery, with hints of shades of darkness on the edges.
The first tastes starts on the lips and on the tip of the tongue. It is incredibly buttery as if the butter is so thick that your tongue and your lips can't meet.
Next, the oil moves to the back of your mouth cavity. It's almost as if the flavor floats within the mouth across the top of the tongue without touching.
As the oil floats towards your throat a touch of bitterness touches down on the edges of your tongue. It’s a wide feel, not a sharp edge which is more typical this time of year. I have never felt this before.
As you're feeling the bitterness build as it moves to the back, high up in the throat a large vapor cloud gathers. It, in turn, turns sharp and turns into a cough and a tickle. That tickle is way down at the back, feeling like it is way past the throat. It feels as if the pang is resting on your clavicle.
The first taste for me is usually a small sip that I spread in my mouth and my tongue and lips to get an overall feel, not a big gulp. This oil was so interesting and had so many elements that I was cautious. It's a sophisticated complex oil, yet has very simple elements.I love this oil this year!
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