I got it for about 100 Euro and this is a bit too much although there is some very nice quality.
The sulphur is not destructive.
It is very aromatic and full but at the same time some contrasting 'modern alcoholic' aromas seem to wind themselves around a little bit.
In space there are cherries and plums.
Caramel-nut-smoke impressions at first nosing as well as clear oranges at the very beginning. They disappear and for the next minutes barley, sweetness and tart spiciness as well as hints of nuts dominate. It gets more woody and spicy and then again and again comes noble tart chocolate. Raisins.
There are some faint hints of sulphur but they are changing into spiciness of Sherry casks and then also the citrus comes back and establishes.
Sherry, more chocolate, wine.
The wood offers some complexity in its spiciness - there are some quality casks, coming again and again, trying to establish.
Wooden closet, old pantry and sweet apricot jam manifest after about 15 to 20 minutes.
It is getting more round, deeper and aromatic: Malty spiciness mixes with the wood and the Sherry. Cherry jam, some fresh figs, syrupy pears, fermented berries and aromatic hints of coffee.
These whiffs of sulphur appear occasionally but they are not destroying the aroma. Sometimes there appear to be hints of some aromatic but kind of 'sharp' smoke.
There are also shingles and some brine.
Certain oilyness and density - to me the nose appears the best when given a lot of time and rest in the glass; waving seems to agitate the spirit and shows 'just' some lemon juice and more 'modern' components and a clear Speyside character.
Later some 'sharp' leather and a sense of maturity, mint tea, a few chocolate liqueur pralines and some caramelized sugar.
Sweet at the beginning but getting tart after a short time. Spices and a lot of playing citrus i.e. slightly bitter and tart orange peels appear.
Leather, Sherry and again some old casks which show themselves in scouring powder (very tart), cherry juice (also moving into scouring powder), pickled fruits, raisins and again some chocolate liqueur pralines.
Some vegetables as well, charred wood, more tartness and hints of smoke.
A little sharpness from the alcohol - if the sips are not too big, it is fiery and pleasant, and also here turning into scouring powder.
Dark chocolate, plums, some cookies, 'Feuerzangenbowle'.
There is some old wood and some wood-impressions which give more the Speyside-character in terms of spiciness.
Sherry cask, tart and sour citrus peels, coffee beans and dark chocolate.
Spiciness and for a short period of time also a slight bitterness.
Plums, more spices and hints of long cooked cabbage. A bit of a maltiness, hints of smoke, some rum raisins, berries and hints of vanilla.
There is an impressions of 'Tafelspitz' beef and also hints of seaweed and salt.
'Plumwood' in the end gives a pleasant feeling but also an impression as if some casks were competing for the dominance - in the end of the aftertaste the more common and unexciting casks seem to prevail a bit.