I think there is a fair bit of Glenkinchie in this, pretty sure it is higher proportion than the others, the ginger spicy aspect of the profile gives it away.
The first thing to say is that this is a nice nose, plenty going on, stewed forest fruits, various woods, a little peat, honeycomb, hints of vanilla, roasted coffee. ginger biscuits.
Now that is spicy, very lively indeed with the peat mixing with the sherry and spice really well, but there is a definite bitter woodiness which for me really spoils this but lets see if it settles down with a little air.
The second mouthful is sweeter but even more spicy with a real ginger kick, it is a little drying, a little woody but not as much as before but still a woody after taste.
Parts of the profile are really good but the woody bitterness ruins this for me
quite long, spicy and bitter