1935 Cockburn

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AW77
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1935 Cockburn

Post by AW77 » 18:20 Sat 30 Nov 2013

Tasted at Axel's Cockburn tasting in Leverkusen:
http://www.theportforum.com/viewtopic.p ... sen#p65746

copper red, smells of spice, earth and nail varnish, in the mouth meaty and spicy, heat in the finish, quite a long aftertaste, definitely longer than the 27' Cockburn tasted alongside
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