The sherry almost covers the malt in the nose. It's a little overwhelming...
Sherry soaked dates, raisins, ash and peat creosote. Tobacco and some hint of citrus.
The palate is another thing entirely. The spirit takes firm grasp, smoke and embers emerge in the palate, more fruity cherry pits and date squares.
As it moves to the finish the peat and oak spice push through, raspberry flan and almost tea tree oil. Cigar ash and tobacco.