As with all the other drams of this tasting I have the impression that the Glen Moray whisky did not really integrate with the finishes very well - it seems as if the different aromas and flavours fight each other. This is average-only stuff, at best and for sure completely overpriced. As a drinker I would not buy a bottle regardless of its price tag...
The nose offers a slightly immature (alcoholic) and un-balanced profile as if the sherry is not integrated into the whisky at all. There is a minor cardboardy impression too, that is not to my liking.
The initial mouthfeel is almost non-existent (is there any mouthfeel at all?) and the taste is completely unremarkable according to my taste buds. No obvious flaws but no highlights either, I would call this average at best.
The finish is short and sweet and unimpressive (like the nose and taste) but there are no distracting feelings either, at least. Water turns the dram smoother but not better...