Bottled by Laings of Newcastle. A deep burnished red-mahogany; 80% opaque. A complex nose, sweet and full of black cherries with a hint of woodsmoke. Astonishing on the palate. Full and rich with deep, dark fruit, spicy cinnamon and a complex and powerful mid-palate. Concentrated dark fruit aftertaste and an amazing finish. So much better than the other bottle of Taylor 1935. 97/100.
Drunk at the 2015 TPF Offline on 17 December 2015
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