Some things are best at their cleanest and most straightforward. Purity and simplicity are universally valued traits. But the world is a complex place, and combinations and permutations are normal. So are cases with near-random things that somehow get weirdly whirled together.
The trick is to find harmony in disparate elements, to find complements and balances and a sense of how things go together to lift an entity to greater heights. Add the tang of berries to chocolate, or the zest of lemon to a butter cookie, or a Ford V-8 to an English roadster. E pluribus unum. But even as the whole of a piece is celebrated, the individual notes can also be analyzed; indeed, that is often the key to a higher understanding.
In the bouquet, I smell traces of GT-R with a soft note of Fiesta.
At first taste it shows a full body of Mazda 3 with undertones of Impreza and Euro-spec Civic.
Mid-palate, it displays grapey hints of Dart and Focus, while the lingering aftertaste leaves a sensation of Genesis.
Cheers. Have a good weekend, folks.