with water: the nose and taste really cry out for water, which is why he gets more than just a few drops. Yes, with the water you get the alcohol under control, but unfortunately this makes the sherry very dull, the tobacco gets stronger, and the oak also becomes more dominant
Conclusion: From the data, this should be a great sherry bomb. But he does not keep what he promises, too much alcohol, poorly integrated. If you take water, it becomes dull. In my opinion, the whisky was in the barrel for too long and then took the negative rather than the positive barrel influences with it. Too bad - unless you like intense notes of tobacco.
Tobacco, cocoa, leather, the sherry also bring a little dark sweetness (black currant jelly) with it, a few minerals, plus the very dominant alcohol, some glue comes through and a very strong oak, does not look completely round
violent start with a lot of alcohol, then the sherry slowly defends itself, tobacco, leather old wood, strong oak, a little liquorice
short to medium length, in addition to the sherry of all violent and in the end also quite bitter oak notes