Colour: Deep Gold
I was gifted this one by a friend of mine for my last birthday but didn’t open it so it was a welcome dram at a tasting I attended recently.
The absolutely gorgeous nose is chock full of nuts and red berries signaling some strong sherry. Let it breathe and a salty cherry licorice emerges from the wood works. Lovely.
The medium bodied delivery has the usual chocolate fudge cake and dark fruits on oak. But, once again, I’m faced with a malt with a wonderful nose that falls a touch short of spectacular on the palate. Is it the age? Is it the ABV? It could be both, I don’t know.
The medium finish is dry with a hint of wood.
Maybe my expectations got the better of me. Never again.
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Quite liked this one. Think I was only a half point lower than you, Tab. I’d likely expect a little more in a ’75 too, but not a bad dram by any means.