Sorry, not my kind of a pleasant dram. You might enjoy it if you prefer the bitter side of life...
The colour is russetmuscat and the texture shows small tears with rather fast legs. The nose is very oak-driven (obviously they use a lot of virgin oak in the newer batches) with a significant herbal spike (caucasian oak, I guess) like the Ardbeg Kelpie. Unfortunately, this is not my favourite profile - it compares to many other modern designed whiskies that I do not like either (by the way, these profiles are designed "out of despair" because of the cask shortage due to the long-lasting whisky boom).
The taste itself offers more of the sherry flavours (that are very shy in the nose) beside the heavy wooden and strong herbal notes. Better, but still not good (according to my taste buds).
The whisky arrives quite bitter and astringent in the mouth, another clear sign of (too much) aggressive virgin oak. Not to my liking either. The finish is rather short and again somewhat bitter-astringent from the tannins of the virgin wood. Water increases the (anyhow strong) herbal aromas both in the nose and on the palate and it turns the finish even more bitter.