At the first nose, it is sherry forward and reminiscent of aspects of sherry finished whiskeys. However, the sugar cane is very present and clearly comes through the taste and finish. It is very well blended while the bourbon, port and sherry notes all linger with the sugar cane. It’s quite viscous and has a great mouth-feel that coats the tongue and throat. It is balanced, with the finishes keeping the overly sweet sugar cane in check, creating a complex, sophisticated product. I cannot stop sipping it.