Delicate, but with a clear sherry profile. It reminds me of the biologically matured sherries (fino, manzanilla). In other words: flor, and the quite dry effect on the liquid. This doesn't mean that it's not woody, nor nutty. Actually, nice woody and nutty notes emerge, but that's from the oxidation from maturation of this spirit (and not of that of the sherry that used to be in here). Do you still get it? Never mind...
The maturation left some slightly gamey notes, but mostly dried plums, dates, stewed apricot, peach and orange. Next to that, there is lavender honey, hay, a little bit of wax, and vanilla
Full-bodied, with in the attack some sweet notes of dried fruit, orange, even some banana, honey and vanilla, later the oak spices that kick in. But it's rather gentle still. The maltiness shines through as well, which is pleasant.
Rather long, slightly bitter on grape seeds, and orange zest. Further, still rather fresh with orange juice, apricot and dried plum. Again, the honeyed malt leaves a pleasant lingering taste.