It's richer and warmer, not that much more complex but in some way a bit more satisfying. I'd say it's worth that little extra on the cost, it's still affordable and good value.
Sweet and yellow fruity.
The base is very similar to the 10YO,
A light vanilla wood character on this as well.
This is a little bolder, not quite as citric and not as sweet.
As with the nose, this is not that far from the 10YO.
I feel the differences are for the better though.
It's firmer, less sweet and fruity, and with the same ABV around the same level of peppery spice.
Around medium length. Spices seems to fade faster than it does on the 10YO, but this evolves with a rich caramel as it fades.