Taste: a lot of umami and gunpowder, prune, sulfur, freshly tanned leather, the alcohol is well integrated - but tempts the aromas neat power. In the finish then next to the sulfur (with aromas of old eggs) a lot of sherry sweetness, citric acid and musty oak. Here as well, as in the nose, water helps to create a more fruity and gentler experience without losing the good flavor depth.
Super Glenrothes desperately needs water. So you get a wonderful combination of dark fruity sherry and musty sulfur notes. Exactly my thing but if you can start with umami and sulfur in the whisky little you should have no joy with the dram.