Nose: An intense nose which runs deep with sherry-soaked raisins and those rhubarb and custard sweets that are hard to find these days.
Palate: Massive, rich vanilla notes, with more custard coming through as well. Deeper within you'll find some nutty notes wrapped up in smooth oak.
Finish: Return of the sherry!
Overall: You can't fault Hunter Laing for waiting so long before cracking open this cask if it tastes this good.