House of Lords Scotch
A blended scotch whisky named for the House of Lords. The whisky is a suitably rich and weighty affair, with the gravitas one would expect.
19th November 2016https://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/p/531/house-of-lords
House of Lords Scotch Tasting Notes
Vanilla, malt and raisins leading to gentle spice and muscavado sugar.
This dram takes on grassy notes towards the end before a burst of fruit and spice closes.
Sweet vanilla essence developing into dried fruit flavours of sultanas and figs.
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