To be honest I don't consider this particular batch of sherried Tullibardine as a successful one. It is obvious that the potential is there, and I suspect they might have better expressions in store.
Mild, grassy, closed, floral (chrysanthemum?), sweet brandy overtone, dust, silage, wood dust. Poor and trivial on the whole.
Soft body, warm but delicate at the same time. Dried fruit, vinegar, almonds, oil, popcorn, toffee, cashew nuts.
Lemon, dried orange peel, walnut, zest, chocolate, butterscotch.