The Windsor was fine, it tasted long in bottle but I don't think that could have been the case. Straight from the barrel was a bit more in your face than I remember it which is a shame.The strength was too obvious and what I take to be youth didn't let the whisky open up. Smelt good though. The Armagnac was typically a fruit bomb and dry but it's hard to say much more. A Koval Bourbon was a welcome bounce of sweet fun then the Elements was a suitable finale: peaty and just bold enough - not too sharp, a very good bottling.
A bit of a sherry theme next time:
Vega 40yo 1977 - 01/2018 blended malt matured in Spanish & American oak 400 bottles
Tamdhu Batch strength No.3 58.3% sherry cask matured
SMWS Exotic Cargo Batch 2 blended malt 2006 11yo 1st fill Spanish oak sherry hogsheads 50%
Glenglassaugh private sherry octave peated spirit 02.05.12 - 13.11.17
Kilchoman Coull Point 46% travel retail exclusive 4 & 5yo matured in fresh Bourbon casks with the 4yo component finished in oloroso sherry butts for 6 weeks.
At : The Kilderkin, 65 Canongate, Edinburgh, 3.5.18.