Aroma Sweetish notes of wine, port, plum, dates, dark chocolate, wet wood.
Taste Slightly astringent, burning (effect of degree) sweetness, light grass, dried fruit compote.
Aftertaste At first, there was one bitterness, after the whisky stood for two days it opened and undoubtedly got better, the bitterness went away completely, a fairly pleasant aftertaste came, dark chocolate in the foreground with raisins and a wine tint.
Conclusion: Sherry nice whisky, a little rustic. In order for the aroma and taste to open, he needs to breathe a little.