Scotch Whisky - Blended - 2014
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Scotch Whisky - Blended - 2013
What's in a name? Cutty Sark Blended Scotch Whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Cutty Sark Blended Scotch Whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Light, gentle. Cut herbs, floral, custard, hay.
Palate: Rounded, mixed peels, lots of barley.
Finish: Good length, warming, malt.
Typical shite blend for people that don't drink much Scotch. Why can't american bars carry Black Bottle, Black Grouse, White & Mckay, Monkey Shoulder?! It's Dewars and Cutty Sark at EVERY, DAMN, BAR.
20th July 2014
I've been a Cuddy Sark fan close to fifty years.
24th June 2014
One of the good blends. If I am at a loss to decide which one to pick from the store, I pick up Cutty. You can never go wrong with this one.
9th May 2014
I stick to what I know but I was introduced to this whisky, and really enjoyed it. I am drinking it at the moment. Not my favorite but worth the money, especially for someone starting out in drinking whisky.
15th November 2013
SMOOTH.FROM WAY BACK WHEN.HAS RESURFACED IN TRINIDAD AFTER QUITE A LONG ABSENCE.WELCOME BACK.
21st April 2013
Cutty sark is one of those blends that have stood the test of time and trends, a bit like ballantine's finest and teacher's (much more more in
common tastewise with ballantine's though than teacher's which is a very
meaty kind of blend)and probably will continue to stick around...Deservedly so. Sometimes you just can't beat something pretty ubiquitous,"Granddaddyish" and reasonably straightforward.
26th April 2011
A very pale whisky which is smoother than most other brands in the same price range, such as Grouse, Walker etc, the "Sark" is far superior to
to other domestic brands, it's a great shame that it is not readily available on the high street as it once was, shippers tend to price delivery for the one off bottle far too high!
1st March 2010