A Swedish whiskey is a novelty and highlighting this 10 year as being made in casks that have brewed mulled wine is the unique selling point, however the finish is not remotely deserving of the price point. The nose isn't particularly pleasing even after airing in the glass, the swallow is harsh and while it does get better with ice or water dilution it is at most a £20 bottle and not the £61 it is being sold at. At this price point there are far more superior whiskies that put a smile on your face instantly and novelty factor doesn't balance the lack of drinker's joy that one would hope for. The mulled wine casks hardly came through the nose or the pallet. At this price considering other whiskies available, this is certainly one to avoid. Disappointing.