Category: England

England, English Whisky Reviews, St George’s, The Lakes

The ONE Port Edition Prototype Cask Strength (60.2%, OB, 2018)

The One Port Prototype Cask Strength

The One Port Prototype Cask Strength whisky review: Definitely benefiting from delivery strength, this Port finish expression is dangerously drinkable at 60.2% ABV, With such and intensity of flavour you could almost be mistaken that this has spent some time around PX-sherry apart from the telltale jammy fruits, very much plum, damson and cranberry and of course that awesome Crimson colour! 86/100

London Single Malt Spirit Port 2 Years Old (62.5%, OB, Port Cask #39, 2018)

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London Single Malt Spirit Port 2 Years Old review: Diminishing, from nose to finish. The nose is there or thereabouts, even a lovely musty wood smell that suggest old Port maturing in the cellars. The palate still carries a little tin from the new make spirit though the finish is balanced just right. Given time this is going to be a Port-lovers (or Port matured whisky-lovers) dream! 85/100

London Single Malt Spirit Signature 2 Years Old (46%, OB, Batch 001, 2018)

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London Single Malt Spirit Signature 2 Years Old review: This exuberant 2 year old mixture has certainly developed some flavour that hides its youth. The combination of dried fruit, nut and oak wood calls to mind vintage cars with leather seats and walnut dashboards and a good pipe smoker sat in the passenger seat next to you. I’m really looking forward to seeing where this is headed. 83/100