Finally, the pleasant Tobermory, true, sherry standard, and it's not clear what the basis actually gave, but not bad. The beginning was more raisin and sweet, but the finale rather reminded of Oloroso, a good balance, good saturation and depth for a small fortress.
Clear, raw, raisin-tree, light sulfur notes, dried fruits - dried apricots, raisins; Burnt rusks, furniture varnish, earth colors, Pu-er, wine aromas, port tones, dried apples.
Dense, raisin-tree with a greater share of wood than in the aroma, prunes, dark beer, leavard, dried apricots, kumquats.
Dry, sour bitter, dark beer, lacquer notes, tart oak mustard.