Conclusion: A classic that I had in the glass very often at the beginning, but not for more than 15 years. Nice, round, balanced, you can tell the bourbon barrel, but the sherry is also noticeable with raisins and nut flavors, but not intrusive. Nice all-day dram, even today many other distilleries can cut a slice of it. In the end, however, not particularly complex.
subtle sherry notes, raisins, toffee, some honey, oranges, vanilla, cookie dough, light malt aroma, coffee with a lot of milk, but also a slightly sour note, possibly even a small touch of sulfur, heather and a few walnuts
light, very pleasant with a little sherry, honey, vanilla and a few oak tannins and spices
medium to short, light sherry nuances, vanilla, a little heather, at the back it becomes nutty (walnut and peanut)