Aromas of gingerbread, apricot, cut red apples, lemon pith, tea biscuit and caramel. What a smooth and amazingly deft whiskey on entry; lifting off the palate like a smoldering Phoenix immolating in slow-mo as it becomes engulfed in various smokes layering endlessly outward in its bourgeoning expansion. It evokes congnac’s finest offerings, showing mixed apple and baked orchard fruits and complex spice and pastries, but cask choices leave no doubt to its whiskey-ness. All the nobility, but with the sinewy strength of a seasoned warrior. #scotch #whiskey #whisky #macallan #No4 #HighlandWhiskey — 6 days ago
Excelente whisky. Melhor whisky que já tomei. — 7 days ago
Green banana, lime, pineapple, and caramel candy. Very smooth and tastes like rhum agricole not the molasses based rum it is. — 4 days ago
This review is for the Fiji rum from the same company. Rubber, licorice, orange, and vanilla. Unlike most molasses based rum... a bit agricole like.. — 4 days ago
Great dry gin for a martini — 9 days ago
A Great night to say the least:
Magnum of Gargiulo money ranch road,
2000 Bryant, 25 year Macalllan. Totally forgot to post this pick from a few weeks back!
The Bryant drank as good as any French Bordeaux that I’ve ever had. The money ranch toad was mediocre in comparison and the 25 year Macallan was 2nd only to the amazing company we had in our house that night!!
Great times to say the least!
— 25 days ago