1945 Cockburn

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1945 Cockburn

Post by jdaw1 » 23:29 Sat 02 May 2015

On Saturday 9th May 2015 we had a splendid horizontal of 1945 in The RAF Club, ably arranged by Axel Probst/WorldOfPort.de.

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Re: 1945 Cockburn

Post by AHB » 20:07 Mon 11 May 2015

Sealed with a cork branded Martinez 1945. A reddish brown colour, 40% opaque. Warm on the nose, a touch of furniture polish and some acetone. Elegant on the palate, some dusty cherry on the mid palate; sweet and elegant. Rather a light style, very much elegant and spicy rather than a power of a port. Some heat on the aftertaste, then an elegant and slightly dry finish that is full of cranberry and library dust. A lovely port in a delicate and elegant style. 93/100.

Later this port had become thinner and lighter and was much less impressive.
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Re: 1945 Cockburn

Post by jdaw1 » 21:12 Sun 07 Jun 2015

Ck45. red-pink, 30% opaque. Palate saccharine, and very hot. Then faint red cherry. Later it was better, though still simple.

Axel P: pray say more about this non-declared declaration.

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Re: 1945 Cockburn

Post by jdaw1 » 10:05 Mon 08 Jun 2015

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(THRA left his notes behind, and has given permission to JDAW for them to be posted. Because of the faintness of the pencil, the contrast has been digitally enhanced.)

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