For me an average, young sherry malt in drinking strength. It's okay, the taste and especially the finish score. I didn't like it on the nose with its artificial fruit note. All in all, clearly a beginner segment and completely arbitrary. In the price range, I would rather recommend Glendronach or Aberlour 12 if you are into this profile.
The first thing on the nose is milk chocolate with a slight sherry influence. Plums, some leather, but everything rather light. The alcohol stings a bit, plus a strange, unnatural note of fruit (strawberry). Well
The mouthfeel is very thin, almost watery. Sweet, but also a clear felling that makes the whole thing a little more exciting. Fine sherry aromas, sweetener, plum, vanilla, caramel, slight bitterness.
Medium-length finish, accented oak. I like it very well.