Nutty sweet, like Nutella or Roché. Then it becomes a little fruitier and I smell cherry jam. After a while, a sour note spreads, that must be gooseberries.
The nose is completely convincing, the alcohol is well integrated.
The start builds up slowly, the high alcohol content is almost imperceptible, but then the whisky discharges, sweet and warming with a great nuttiness.
The fruity notes remain in the background, apart from the slight acidity. But you can find a hint of orange.
The whisky can hardly deny its sherry storage, but I don't find any bitter notes.
For such a sherry board, the finish is only medium-long, but the nuttiness remains for a long time.