1942 Graham

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jdaw1
Taylor 1900
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Re: 1942 Graham

Post by jdaw1 » 22:50 Thu 15 Nov 2012

G42, decanted 4pm. Orange, 30% opaque. Nose had orange, spirit, milk. Taste starts with that same orange, then heat that fades. There is an orange and milk-chocolate sensation Terry’s Chocolate Orange (at least, the York-made version). Very long, the sweetness persisting to the end. I thought this good port, but not great (unlike my one previous G42). Others thought great.

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Re: 1942 Graham

Post by christopherpfaff » 09:08 Fri 16 Nov 2012

was this an oporto bottling or an english merchant one?
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Re: 1942 Graham

Post by christopherpfaff » 09:51 Fri 16 Nov 2012

this question was not very clever. due to war time, it might be sure, that this was an oport bottling. Am I right, you don´t need to reply.
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Re: 1942 Graham

Post by RAYC » 11:06 Fri 16 Nov 2012

this was oporto bottled (1945) but i think you are right that this vintage was all oporto bottled
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Re: 1942 Graham

Post by griff » 10:55 Sat 24 Nov 2012

Light brown and clear. Cinnamon bouquet. Palate of brown spices, walnut with almost integrated alcohol on the finish. Excellent.

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Re: 1942 Graham

Post by AHB » 18:19 Sun 25 Nov 2012

Light in colour, the colour of burnt sugar, 10% opaque. Asian spices on the nose, lots of lemon grass and lime. Smooth texture on entry, with a slow developing richness that brings a delicious elegance of toasted orange and brown sugar. Hot and fiery aftertaste, with a long finish of heat and burnt sugar. 90/100
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