I'm currently enjoying a couple of large halves from this:
The reviews are mixed with most people lucky enough to try the previous incarnation of the Revival saying it's not as good as the old one. But then the older one was literally made with 18 year old and older whisky because they had no younger stock upon the distillery's reopening so I'm not sure what people expect. I'm also sure there is plenty of whisky older than 15 years in this iteration too.
Personally, with this being my first taste of Glendronach 15 I find it absolutely wonderful for a standard distillery bottling. The nose is just raisins and sticky sweet PX sherry with some rich milk chocolate in there. The palate and finish has some drier, nuttier body to it from the oloroso barrels. Christmas pudding soaked in sherry, in a bottle. It's already shot up to among my favourite standard bottlings and I'm sure I'll be replacing this one soon.
Definitely up the sherry-lover's street this one.