Classic on the nose; dark sherry fruits: raisins, figs, dates, sour cherry; rich wood notes, dark chocolate and vanilla. A fruity note of menthol sounds as an intermediate note.
In the mouth it also offers what you can expect from a 24-year-old dark sherry malt: Intense sherry notes, cherries, raisins, etc., although a little more volume in the taste would have done it well. The wood is more dominant here than on the nose, but not a club, but thickly wrapped in dark and ripe fruit notes. After the first sip, the oak becomes more pronounced on the nose. - It's not too sweet, so the oak seasoning takes over relatively quickly.
And she keeps that in her hand until the long and dry finish. It is accompanied by fruity notes that are slowly fading, coffee, dark chocolate and a hint of liquorice.
Not outstanding or really extraordinary, but very solidly made, round, old and beautifully matured.