It reminds me of a BenRiach 30 - only I remember this one with fewer tannins and "redder" ones. A grandeur cuvee with a little Balblair ... I don't know - it is very tasty: smile: the first fill sherry portion cannot be too small and either it is max 46% or it is even older than the roughly estimated 25yo ??
Slightly dry, red berries, tart, oily, very fine, very round - multi-layered and complex - the berries are intensely fruity, but show the elegant restraint of a malt over 20. There is also a hint of orange and orange oil, I completely miss any tart or bitter tones. Blueberries, cherries, dates it gets sweeter - the warmer it gets. Vanilla, whipped cream, powdered sugar
Red-fruity, spicy, dry, mint lines the mouth directly, followed by oak tannins - chocolate, nuts, tobacco, leather - yes there it is the full-bodied sherry power - I would not have believed that with the elegant nose - oak lies on the palate - looks rather light, light wax note, aromatic but fine.
Dark chocolate, mulled wine, Christmas spices, warming, later light oak, wax, a little pepper - stays on the tongue for a long time