Wisers Very Old Whisky
Wiser's 18 Years Old is a premium product that yields its best flavours when sipped straight, over ice or with a small amount of water.
Wisers Very Old Whisky Tasting Notes
Abundance of oak, autumn florals and hints of fresh pine
Deep and enduring smooth finish
Plentiful mature oak with hints of baked apples, spice and rich caramel
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Mansion House Whisky
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Red Knight Whisky
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