My bottle is a 94 proof, 4/5 quart (757ml), PearTree Imports, Inc, NY, NY.
USA uses imperial unit system (ie quart) prior to January 1, 1980, so this is a 1970's bottling, with 1960's juice (most likely)
Tropical fruits! Yeah! Not crazy fruity, but definitely not something you find in current bottlings of any distillery, to be honest. Very promising. I paid $170 in January 2020. Definite win. Dusty tin boxes and chalk and hint of bitterness.
Very SPICY -- the pepper dances on your tongue. You can just tell it's old. Dried black tea. Tannins. There are some old metals here, but the bright fruits... tropical in fact... are a bit surprising again. The fruitiness is not constant though... quite ephemeral. Mouthfeel is thin, but this is rather delicious.
A bit chalky and bitter at the end, with lingering spiciness. OBE.
89 points for now. The nose is the best part, and it's very good. I may go 90 points soon.
** Sure enough, after about a year opened, the spiciness went away mostly. Solid 90 points now.