This bottle was culled as there were old stains around the top. Fill down but still just in the neck.
0 hours: A pale red with clear rim. Tastes of aged dark rum (brown sugar) and liquorice. Long and sweet palate. Slightly warm finish.
6 hours: Colour deepening in intensity and hue. Red-brown colour with pale rim. Medium weight palate of chocolate and cacao with some tawny-like rancio notes starting to develop on the finish. Very long and integrated.
A very good port that was more developed than expected. Perhaps due to poor conditions earlier in its life.
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