Dark as the night - a truebe almost to the black going color, you can not see through the glass.
Coffee, dark chocolate (the "good"), dark (over) ripe red fruit without being really sweet, the alcohol is well integrated, very light smoke associations with some sulfur (minimal), old leather.
Oeliger approach, the "Bruehe" is as thick as she looks, dry onset, dried fruit (dates?), Even here light smoke, alcohol well involved. The sulfur is now somewhat stronger, but without disturbing, but rather "bearing".
Long finish, first dominate the dried fruit, and then "overhauled" by the sulfur, also slightly smoky here.
In this round, no addition of water, I wanted to enjoy pure. Next time I will experiment.
Absolute grenade, the chancellor has pulled there. For me under PLV points of view with the Premium Cask one of the best GlenDronachs from 2013, absolute buy recommendation for lovers of heavy sherry whisky.