Absolutely nothing wrong with this for the price (I paid £20).
Nose is has a lot of vanilla, cream and green fruit.
After a while in the glass, there's more fruit and what I can only describe as my Grandad's old working shead, when I was younger (wood shavings, old paint).
Mouth continues with the fruit and vanilla. Relatively sweet on first taste. I could not pick out much more, but there were some woody flavours also.
Finish was short, quite dry.
When you think of the price and compare this to a modern £1500 Macallan, you're left scratching your head as to modern day prices. A great bargain-basement drink!