The colour is white wine and the texture shows slow legs and late tears. The nose is rather strange on some chemical (plastic), sandy and ashy aromas together with nice OBFs (nail varnish remover and the like). It is quite interesting but is it great - no, not on my olfactory cells. The mouthfeel is warming and coating with a slight drying feeling (ashes). The taste is much better than the nose on fruits, barley sugars and spices, all nicely balanced. The finish is rather short and does not add any remarkable new impression. It is a little drying (ashes and papers), again. Some water releases more fruity aromas both in the nose and on the palate but it turns the dram flatter, too. I like it best when neat.
A nice Springbank, for sure. But you have to be a hardcore fan of this rather strange nosing profile to go for 94 points or more. Nonetheless, if you like it that good, great for you!
PS: By the way, Serge: What the hell is "clean sulphur"?