Insider knowledge: Orbis Aged World Whiskey is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from England. If distilled in America the spelling would be Orbis Aged World Whisky, as opposed to whisky.
Nose: Well rounded with honey weetabix minis, demerara and walnut.
Palate: Rich fruit cake, mixed nuts, cinnamon and sherry.
Finish: Warming with a hint of smoke.
Overall: An interesting whisk(e)y well made.
It is another way of having good whisky. I really cannnot stand snobish comments pinpoiting any flaws of sth which is not Brora 28yo or Port Ellen 32yo!!! Also would like to have a dram of this whisky. The only thing one could be sceptical is the price of 48 quid for a NAS tipple.
28th June 2013
If you remove the label from a bottle of 30-odd year old Macverytasty whisky it becomes bland and soulless?
By all means be sceptical towards blends but you're only depriving yourself of some very nice tasting whiskies, I personally can't wait to get my hands on a bottle to try it.
22nd May 2013
Would you buy a mutt or a pedigree?...Great Whisky has roots and a story to go with it, blending from all over the world isnt what I had mind...
25th April 2013