Lots of darker sherry notes: blackberries, black grapes, figs, prunes, black plums along with some leather and molasses. A deep nose with very distinct fruits. You get much of the same fruits on the palate with a lingering sweetness on the finish with black tea and coffee grind. This sherry bomb is full bodied, velvety smooth and chewy. The sherry fruit sweetness coats your mouth and is something you will taste for minutes after finishing your drink.
Great sherry nose, but not obnoxiously so. A little chocolate and fresh/singed sawdust.
Palate - yeah, a great sherried malt but again not obnoxiously so. Medium sweet. Low ABV makes me wish this packed more flavor, but it's also contributing to the massive drinkability. And the short, medium-tannic finish. But this is just dangerous. Excellent for a sherried party whisky.
Who found this, and did you find any more? It's ideal for so many situations. Like, um, drinking whisky.