No, go for Glenrothes.
There is that slightly animal sherry smell mixed with a little black powder scent. At first, however, the nose is elegantly reserved. A drop of water brings waxy aromas and more elegant fruit compote.
Honey mead, sherry fruit and rich, oily spiciness, tasty and looking older.
Matchstick aromas tingle a bit on the tongue.
Quite powerful, even in the long finish, with bitter chocolate tannins at the very end and the "Yummy!" confirm and gladly have refills ...