Nose: tastes like 1950s Bow Street, so I assume there's a share in style. Rose, papaya, old book, nutmeg, ginger, honey, stews.
Palate: Indian desserts. Toffee, papaya, peach, vanilla bean, Masala, pepper, paint, plastic and sugar cane.
Body: Oily light body, you feel the burn even after 30+ years aging in oak and 30+ years in bottle. Not as complex as a 1960s-bottled-10-year-old Bow Street, but still there's kinda complexity.
Finish: Medium length, pepper, cadboard, paint, jeleibi and sugar cane.
Considering it being a 1950s(or even earlier) product
and I've taken this from auction within less than $450, I say it's worth every penny.