What you get is an oloroso-driven dram on the nose, which turns into a fiery and ashy monster in the finale.
The nose is cask driven, and the peated spirit is hardly noticieable. The notes which you could expect from an oloroso cask are there. Milk chocolate with raisin, almond, prune, coffee and tobacco leaf. All in all it's quite friendly with a slight musty note.
After a while, the peat shines through, with a mossy and slightly meaty note. It gets a notch nuttier too, with peanut.
Full-bodied, coating with both sweet notes (glycol) and some acidity. There is mossy peat, balsamic vinegar, rum-soaked raisins, milk chocolate, caramel, peanut, plastic and a hint of prune. Towards the finish, the wood and chili pepper kick in.
Moderate, getting thinner and rather hot on pepper, ginger and clove. There is also an ashy note, and ground coffee.