Even those who don't like sherried whiskies may like it!
Sherry in profusion on the nose, as expected, very hot and with beautiful tannins present. Trifle, lemon zest, ripe apple, nutmeg and a freshly cut wooden background. It reminds of Sunday pastries brought on a wooden log as a tray.
The mouth is very vinous, almost like Marsala, and flows like velvet in the mouth (in this sense, perfect gradation). A pleasantly spiced tip evokes mulled wine, with an orange slice and floating pieces of red apple. Still wood on the background. It is definitely not the "usual" sherried.
The finish is medium-long, very dry, with spices, red wine and lots of warmth.