D a the raisins literally jump out of the glass. Would type in an Oloroso keg, beautiful dry fruit flavors fill the nose. For the initial alcohol I would leave the glass a little bit, it will fly away pretty quickly and leave a little more room for more scents. As a full and intense pastry this is always through. Again and again a hint of citrus freshness with beautiful orange, molasses and vanilla. You really have to give the Glendronach a bit of space, but a classic sherry as I really like it. Of course you must not forget the sweetness, really great. After adding water, it will be more fruity in the nose.
Z extremely of Glendronach seems very dry and strong, gradually he gives individual tastes and sweet. Still sweeter ... with clear orange and a little wood, surprisingly little wood. Then again malt and sweetness. Then light spices and again a smell of vanilla. I think this is not ultra complex, it seems to me water hardly change. However, what I like it is not bitter by the addition of water, which unfortunately happens very often.
If you give the Glendronach some time, the alcohol strength of 50.2% is barely perceptible.
The finish I would call medium length, some raisins and wood accompany you to the end. Sweetness also stays nice on the palate.