Really fun stuff here. This beauty was distilled from 100% corn grown in Spain and run through a column still. Again, like the single malt, this whisky was aged in fresh Palo Cortado casks. Those fresh sherry casks are real standouts. Rather nutty on the nose with stewed fruits, tart cherry, and a very grape character. The taste is rather sweet with tastes leaning towards grape, stewed fruits, sherry, and spice. The finish is sweet and pleasant with sugars lingering alongside spice. An unexpected treat that highlights the subtleties in whisk(e)y terroir.