No, this is not my kind of dram and it is good that I am rather cautious with such strange names. But - why the hell (literally!) - do they not write "contains notes of sulphur" (or a nicer code word like gunpowder) on such releases. In the meantime there are so many people out there that like sulphurous whiskies so why not market it that way?
The only meaningful explanation is that the whisky industry still is ashamed about such spoiled bottlings (so they confirm through their ignorance of not mentioning sulphur in the official tasting notes that sulphur IS an unwanted flavour - otherwise they would state it!). Poor industry that has to cheat on the customer (you know, what happened to Volkswagen and the other German car manufacturers that did this last: the customers turned away, finally)...
The colour is old gold and the texture shows small tears with slow legs. The nose offers - yep, a "heretic" profile with some notes of sulphur. I do not like sulphur! Luckily it is not that strong but still it is unpleasant. Forget about the other aromas as they are buried underneath these sulphurous off-notes.
The taste is sweet, a little peaty and a little sulphurous.
As is the finish that is of medium length only. The mouthfeel is not that bad as expected, the scurfy sulphur feeling is somewhat bearable here (but still unpleasant).