1935 Taylor

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Re: 1935 Taylor

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Decanted 13:40.
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Post by jdaw1 » 22:02 Sat 23 Mar 2013

T35: brick red, 20% opaque. Nose had a red-fruited sweetness. Taste very dry. Good size and structure, but the fruit has gone.

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Re: 1935 Taylor

Post by AHB » 22:15 Tue 09 Apr 2013

Mature, dark orange, 20% opaque. Concentrated cherry and cedar wood but less pronounced than the 1920. Soft, gentle entry, which develops into a rich and mouthfilling sweet candy-floss which delivers a range of flavours. Long, rich and sweet finish; lots of toffee and plenty of fruit. Fabulous. 93/100. 22-Mar-13. Decanted 1½ hours.
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