Bucketloads of creamy vanilla. Then sugared pineapple cubes, fruit gums, and some shredded coconut. Also displays a sour and a slightly mineral side (gravel). Not very woody, though there's a warm, tannic edge lingering in the background.
Sweet in the mouth initially, turns then to warm wood, and finally to tart and citric flavors. Even more sour and astringent toward the death. Yikes, this one went the dry route real quick!
The finish consists of quinine, Schweppes (the bitter kind), lime, and salt.
Another dry and austere Glen Moray IB, much like the 1991 Berry Bro's. (https://www.whiskybase.com/whiskies/whisky/35544/glen-moray-1991-br) This is somewhat more fruity and sweeter on the nose. Both are pretty uncompromising on the palate. Same score, I'd say.
P.S. Sure, this is nice if you're into dry, mineralic, tart whiskies. But seriously, you can get this kind of thing from a much younger (and less expensive) whisky, no problem. Why anyone would pay >100 € to get a sensory experience that you could get for roundabout 30 € is beyond me.