Raisin, prune, dark sugars, and vivid memories of a debauched weekend in Norfolk as a much younger man. However, not your gramp's barley wine, this: 60 IBU, 12% ABV, not 10 as stated. Both trad (UK BW style) and rad (US-style bittering) at the same time.
With more than a year's age on it, some hop character clinging on, but mellowed off with light citric/pear drop qualities as an imperial red. Barley sugar here, too. Not consuming as envisaged by the brewer, maybe, but thoroughly enjoyable nonetheless.