What's in a name? Old Fitzgerald 12 Year Old whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Old Fitzgerald 12 Year Old whisky, rather than whiskey.
Nose: Corn-on-the-cob with salted butter, thick vanilla, oak and hints of banana.
Palate: Chewy toffee, vanilla, caramel and more corn. A little bit of coffee later on.
Finish: Quite long, with lasting vanilla toffee notes.
This was a fab experience.Yes you do need to try a whole bottle (possibly not all at once...but each to his/her own) before deciding whether you like it. This one reminded me of Christmas for some reason. At this price an absolute bargain...just don't tell anyone );-}
25th October 2012
With a small nip you taste the whiskey and form an idea of what you are tasting which really should be kept to yourself.
Jumping online and "rating" a whiskey after such a trivial experience is trully absurd.
Buy a bottle, spend some time with it, then you have something worth saying.
BTW - GREAT whiskey, a lot going on for a great price, worth a shot if your looking for something with a fair slathering of complexity
10th August 2012
A great taste, perfect for a night when everything else in my cabinet was unsuitable.
1st November 2011