N: A majestic nose; grand ole’ bourbon styley with fungal-y sweet fruits, delicate flowers and fruit blossom.
T: I have to keep reminding myself to forget the £235 50cl price-tag. It’s uncomplicatedly drinkable and well enough tempered with a dry-fruity, soft-thin/sharp, old/hollow-ish oaky fungal detail.
F: A good long, neat, clean, sweet coppery distillate finish with dark almost burnt wood /deep ash. Short on raisins at the death.
C: Respect for TBWC for acquiring these super aged Bunna’s. I find batch #4 a decent yet somewhat tired whisky, but like so many oldies, the nose somehow transcends the shortcomings that are most often reflected on the palate. Good juice, txt I remain a firm fan of batch 3.Scores a B