Is it interchangeable? Yes, but a worthy opponent is sure to cost a lot more than this tasty Burgie.
You have to give it time, then it develops its full potential.
Sherry is in the air and not a little. The glass has been standing for about 10 minutes. The alcohol is very well integrated. Intense oloroso notes with red fruits and a certain dry wood note. Sugar candy, plums, removed caramel, nougat and chocolate follow, a bit of red wine cake.
Over time a certain rye aroma and breadiness, cool.
Proper start, the cheeks and the tongue are somewhat tart. Dry, Spicy, Oloroso, BAM! Roasted hazelnuts, roasted almonds, dark cherry jam with a certain syrupy mouthfeel and taste. Getting sweeter but luckily not too sweet.
Quite a long finish, even on the first sip. Dark chocolate, spice, oak, you can count the years. Definitely well matured and not gone like many current sherry malts.