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Whisky Reviews for Buchanan's De Luxe
4 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.09 points
- 1950's springcap. Tasted at Old and Rare 2020 in London. Damp, musty, sweet. Not bad at all. Would love to get a bottle of this at some point.
- A good blend that is suited for the previous era. Still enjoyable.
Wet paper, tree leaves, vanilla, cloves, caramel, almond, lime, grass, damp soil, hay.
- http://www.kaypingers-whiskyblog.de/frontend/fullarticle.php?id=283 Color: straw yellow Nose: Sweet floral aromas rise in the glass. Add honey, wet paper, some leather and a few drops of lemon. Vanilla and clover scent but also cotton candy and a hint of caramel - you almost always look for the fruit component. Taste: But quite voluminous and full of flavor. Very sweet and yet at the same time pervaded with dry, tart herbs. Honey, vanilla, caramel and incipient green wood notes - as well as in the nose, without fruit. Finish: Long! - herbs, leather, wood and honey sweetness. Mostly with the taste notes fading out here. Remark: Anytime again - an every day dram! 86 points N: 86P / G: 87P / F: 86P
- My rate is for the Bakelit-cap version from the 1960s (post springcap / pre-screwcap).