My first three encounters have been very positive ones. There's a honeyed sweetness, to be sure. But it's the overall balance that most impresses me. Lots of clean, crisp oak and a gingery bite, too - even with the addition of a fair amount of still water (something I don't normally do with cask strength issues... I generally prefer to add little or no 'eau').
It would seem to me that a quite excellent melding of first and second-fill European oak (i.e. Sherry casks) has been carried out, thereby permitting the characteristics of the malt itself to shine through in relatively unincumbered fashion.
Liking this one a lot at the moment!