1897 seems to have been a busy year in the Speyside, with Glen Moray, Glendullan, Glentauchers, Speyburn and Tamdhu a total of 5 distilleries were founded, which still produce today. In this case, I would tap on a Glen Diver, since many young independent Dark Sherry bottlings of the distillery have recently appeared. The conclusion:
A strong sherry keg matured whisky that meets my taste. Not too sweet, as is often the case with PX Sherry, but instead a dry Oloroso sherry with depth and seasoning.
Very pleasant. Alcohol not noticeable. A bit of raisin and plum, but not overly sweet. Rather dry. Spicy-aromatic tones of leather, wood and tobacco. Great nose, just to my taste.
Spicy-dry. Deep heavy fruitiness and sweetness. Wood and dark chocolate. Creamy mouthfeel. Great dark sherry. Surprisingly complex for such a young whisky.
Dry and intense with leather and black chocolate.