What's in a name? Orbis Aged World Whiskey is called whisky because it's produced in England. Were it from America it would be spelled Orbis Aged World Whisky, rather than 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