Nice presentation, and I like the fact that they state the source of the Port casks.
Bottling this at 52% was a wise decision, and hopefully a proof they know what they are doing. A whisky as sweet as this needs that extra "oompf" to not come across as "sugar water".
Nice quality Port notes.
Concentrated cooked prunes and red fruits.
Sweet with a little zest on the edge.
The higher alc is right on the edge where you notice it is above "average" without getting stung in the nose.
Sweet and spicy, but both on an acceptable level.
Full and rich body.
It hangs well in an oily way on the glass wall, and it is reflected in the sticky mouthfeel.
I added a little water to the last few sips in the glass.
It dilutes the oily and sticky mouthfeel, reduces the spice considerably, but does nothing to the sweetness, so it kind of throws it off balance.
Close to a long finish with spices fading slowly from a borderline tingly level. Ending on sweet red fruits.