The colour: Amber. On the nose: Early hints of hazelnut, then dried apricots and figs, also some smooth spices like white pepper and coriander. In the mouth: Some orange and ginger bread, while the aftertaste is quite smooth and long.
The Borderies eaux-de-vie develops a certain floral and spicy note after 12 years of ageing.
On the nose: Some notes of violets, orange blossoms, followed by ginger. Hints of vanilla.
On the palate: Fine almonds, some raisin.
The finish is long and balanced.