70 cl / 40%
Scotch blended whisky bottled in Spain.
John Cor is the name of the friar who recorded the first known written reference to a batch of Scotch Whisky on June 1, 1494.
“To Friar John Cor, by order of the King, to make aqua vitae VIII bolls of malt.” — Exchequer Rolls 1494–95, Vol x, p. 487.
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“Not that I was expecting a lot from this John Cor, but I expected a bit more. It is great for cleaning glass by the way”This dram has a fino-like color.
Nose (79): average. toffee, vanilla, floral, alcohol. Lots of toffee and not much more here. Smells almost like caramel vodka.
Taste (78): light. toffee, floral, citrus, alcohol.
Finish (76): average. citrus, honey.
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