This cask must be following me around. I know it well. Unlike stronger spirits, sherry doesnt strip as much of the oak away, meaning those refill sherry casks have more to give in the following years than say rum or ex bourbon casks. This would seem to work in the favour of Strathclyde grain which extracts a huge amount of wood info in only 10 years.
N: A molasses-sugar complex mainly on toffee/butterscotch with a sweet-honeyed cereal base and a touch of rose water. Becomes really syrupy an hour in like an undiluted fruit cordial.
T: Sweet-sugary woody toffee complex.
F: Short but with a similar form to a single malt. A varied & changing profile over time.
C: My old faithful. Still the best 10yo grain whisky i know.Scores an A-