Would I have gotten this in a blind tasting, I would have taken it to the 70s.
Fab stuff - so much for the proof that dark sherry bottlings can be very complex. It takes one through the the whole basket of a few candied oranges but only one slice of candied lemon, raisins & nuts, leather, herbs, heavily (dark) roasted malt, some (good) wood as a backbone, dark chocolate (mousse) with a touch of furniture polish and fresh espresso powder- fancy that? ;-) (I do) - , cocoa powder with just enough sweetness to make this dram an utter enjoyment, which to me is exactly 5cl long (sample). That's basically what I get from nose to finish. A very coherent dram in this respect that more than tells you that life is beautiful, exciting and fun, even in lock-down covid times...
Rather a dram to be prescribed due to its positive effects, NHS? anyone?
PS: should Paxarette be responsible for this taste - legalize it! ;-)