Whisky- Glenmorangie “Original” Complexity-Hard Type- Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 10 years old, 40% ABV Appearance- a warm and inviting mix of Fino Sherry and Chardonnay. The tears are medium slow-moving and are just as thick. No visible impurities. Aroma- sweet sweet sweet. A very inviting and … Continue reading
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Whiskey- Wild Turkey Rye Complexity- Standard Type- Rye whiskey, 50.5% ABV, no age statement. Appearance- Full gold to old Sauternes, clean and clear with no impurities, long thick tears but not too think. Aroma- approach carefully as the high ABV can … Continue reading
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