Interesting tasting this not long after the Lasanta. It's sort of what the Lasanta wants to be: rich, heavily sherried on the nose, but honey and dried fruits also coming though on the mouth. There's a warming, smooth finish. No off-notes this time.
I suppose it's just another one of many good sherried Speyside malts: nothing particularly unique, and perhaps a little too sweet and sherried for an Olympic summer evening. But very nice nonetheless.