What's in a name? Oban 1995 Montilla Fino Finish - Distillers Edition whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Oban 1995 Montilla Fino Finish - Distillers Edition whiskey, rather than whisky.
Almonds on the nose, almost (almost) marzipan, but (see below) that would imply some sweetness, which isn't there. Fino on the finish, a definite whiff of salt and - er - not too much else. Clean in the extreme - and certainly no sweetness or long, complex finish around. Has the feel of an aperitif, with olives, much as a glass of Fino would be. Not at all unpleasant, but, well, to my taste Fino does it better, and I want something a bit more distinctive from my whisky.