1969 Graham Single Tawny

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Axel P
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1969 Graham Single Tawny

Post by Axel P » 15:25 Wed 11 Apr 2012

Elegant Coffee and Karamellbouquet, very round and integrated. Intensive Palate with much Coffee and mint. Medium long aftertaste. Not so good as the 52. 17

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Re: 1969 Graham Single Tawny

Post by christopherpfaff » 03:21 Tue 24 Apr 2012

Axel, what do you mean with, not as good as 52?
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Re: 1969 Graham Single Tawny

Post by RAYC » 10:47 Tue 24 Apr 2012

christopherpfaff wrote:Axel, what do you mean with, not as good as 52?
I think this is a reference to the 1952 "Single Harvest" Tawny that Graham are about to release.
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