Nose: first it's quite feisty with glue, spirit and some fruit. Some water and air makes it "cool down" a bit. Get more fruit now. Strawberry, mandarin, orange, raisin, almonds, chocolate, caramel, chipolata pudding.
Taste: medium body, not as luscious some Glendronachs can be. Quite a lot fresher too. Something sour, nutty, caramel, chocolate, fruity. With water very smooth.
Finish: first some heat of pepper and salt, then some menthol, followed by a sharp bitterness of spices and fruits, like marmalade. Quite long, after the bitterness different flavors surface.
Note: it's not like most other Glendronachs. Not as sherry dominated. Adding some water makes it more sweet, less bitter and better balanced.