Full review in a tasting of six whisky from Speyside region: https://keinehalbendrinks.de/2022/07/07/immer-mehr-speyside-im-glas-2/
Sugar-sweet baked apples straight from the oven. With cinnamon, syrup and honey. This is slowly turning into a cake. There's also balsamic vinegar and some soy sauce. Both rather mild. Then it becomes dry, almost even a bit smoky. In the direction of freshly blown out candle and a stack of papers. After a few minutes of breathing it then goes more towards sherry.
Spicy sherry, plus a little plum wine. It is nice and sweet, with a copper penny in between. Then it goes towards tobacco and old woods. Everything is very round and harmonious.
Berries boiled in soy sauce. Then it gets spicy again, a little ginger comes through. The metal is back. Some coke then gives the start for the finale. Dark chocolate, leather and coffee. A lot of depth but at the same time it is restraint. It becomes dry, too. With a little air it becomes quite bitter. If you don't like it, that's a single small negative point.