This is actually pretty nice and not one-dimensional at all. A bit brute and on the nose, perhaps. Somewhat surprisingly, it is also less fruity than I had expected for a younger Tomatin. It goes more toward fresh oak spices, with noticeable sherry influence and a blatant, candied sweetness. This would do well in autumn, paired with anything that has pumpkin in it.
The finish, as is usually the case with these NAS cask-strength OBs, is nothing to write home about.
Decent stuff, but one or two drams will suffice for me.