From a blind tasting!
Nose: mhh first little, cereals, malt sweetness, roasted aromas, caramel, discreetly a little fruit compote (hard to make out exactly), some wood (neither young nor old - just oak), a slight but pleasant Sherrysüße, no alcohol disturbs the nose , At first - yes, that's whisky, but it has nothing to offer, but if you give it time and drink the first sip, more and more flavors come out.
Taste: supple and sweet in the mouth, now the alcohol comes out a bit, but one is the sweet with blueberries and some plum wine, oak bitterness and various spices and a pinch of pepper to fight against the Sherrysüße but in the end this is unbeatable and remains dominant in the medium-long finish.
Dangerously tasty the drop. Suspect a blend with a lot of sherry or sherry finish behind it, 43% and at least 20 years.
After the dissolution: ok, it looks older in the glass and damn it, where are the 53%