I tried it not too long ago. To me, the overwhelming feature in the flavour profile was a choc-orange note.
It was a nice whisky. But - mind you - not a great whisky, and I'd be the first to suggest that the price tag does not reflect the quality.
In other words, for the same amount of money, you could buy a much better bottle, or even two bottles, of something else.
And in no way do I want to sound like a cynic or be disparaging towards the great MJ, but Michael Jackson's scores of Macallan bottlings are always very generous, and must be viewed as being highly subjective. The same can be said of Jim Murray's scoring of Ardbeg bottlings.