Especially the finish was great. The rest was very good too, but not enough to make it into the nineties.
An oloroso nose, but with a subtle twist. Not so much like the meaty ones that both Mortlach and oloroso casks can produce. It's quite jammy on blueberry, dark cherry. Then, orange, barley, marzipan and freshly sawn wood (the wood, sawdust, and vanilla). There is a vague hint of mint.
Still the sweeter variant of oloroso. Not as brutal as it can be, and very kind with jammy notes. The orange is more zesty now, and the wood delivers a dryness, along with spices.
Now it's getting somewhere. It's drier, nuttier, and darker. Marzipan, clove, nutmeg, dark fruit, dark chocolate and orange zest.