American Whiskey Special plus Kingbarns, Single Oak Project, Edradour and Germany
Old Fitzgerald 12 Years Old
Bourbon - U.S.A. - 45.00% 8 Characterful, but not an easy whisky on the basis of this bottling. Bitterness seems to have gained a notch at the expense of the fudge flavours. Water brings it back, but not all the way.
Old Fitzgerald Very Special
Bourbon - U.S.A. - 45.00% 8 Surprising. Seems subdued at first, then shines through when oxygenated.
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Some time ago I found this really nice old whisky decanter. It is gallon Watsons Dundee Whisky, which shows a picture of a Highlander throwing a big rock.Well I have read a bit on the web, and I know ...
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