Complete review with lots of info and photos: https://dramned.blog/2017/06/02/the-glenrothes-vintage-1995-american-oak-45/
In the nose I have the same earthy-leathery and slightly musty Glenrothes spice, which always reminds me something of Pu-erh tea. Then also the already announced creamy vanilla and a spicy pine honey. Including dark fruits like overripe grapes, fresh plums, ripe honeydew melon, sweet orange and orange peel, cane sugar, dark dark chocolate and knotty oak. The alcohol initially stings something in the nose.
Powerful and warming, it starts in the mouth, full-bodied, it flushes all the sweet ripe fruit notes over the tongue, then a wonderful sweet vanilla, really strong and with light caramel notes, I have a delicious creme brulee. Old leather and strong tart oak notes round off the flavor.
The departure seems initially quite short, as the strong momentum from the start abates pretty quickly. But the ripe grapes, vanilla, malt sweets, dark chocolate and mild oak notes will then stay very long.