Nose: raisins and figs. In addition, decent oak, despite the youth. Probably comes from the BloodTub, which is again much smaller than a Quarter Cask. In addition fresh orange and banana.
Taste: strong onset, oily in the mouth, the alcohol is clearly through. Add to that all the fine aromas of an intense sherry barrel. Nevertheless, the typical for Tomatin waxy nutty cereal note is present. Great.
The finish remains in the mouth for a long time, stimulates the saliva flow a long time later. The oak and a light, not unpleasant bitterness linger for a long time.
Conclusion: could I still get one, I would give much for.