Released in 2017 alongside a brandy-finished edition, this was aged second fill "sherry casks" before spending the final 3 years in PX. As of 2018 you can still find it on some shelves, but there's little left.
Cloyingly sweet and slightly farty. It's like a glass of Mrs. Butterworth's, but not in the best of ways. A good helping of maple syrup, then pomegranate. And I just can't drink a lot of it. I don't hate it, and it's not bad... it's good whisky and worth a taste... but this is why I don't like most PX-heavy malts. If I want PX Sherry in this heavy of a dose, I'd rather just have some actual PX. But I've seen some social media folks going crazy for this lately, so to each their own.
p: Hits fast and hard and is briefly sweet with dark fruit candy, then starts toward foul in the midpalate but doesn't get there. I wouldn't call this an great whisky but it is different, I'll give it that.