Nose shows yellow plum, old woods, treacle. Palate shows marshmallows under a thick slice of sherry cake, slivered almonds, and true (liquor-soaked) fruitcake. The finish is intially clean and dry, moving to spices and warmth. From the appearance of the spirit, it looks like this malt spent the whole 33 years in a sherry cask, but I am almost certain it spent its whole life in bourbon. This is a charming bottling, and I highly recommend it.