Insider knowledge: William Lawson's whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be William Lawson's whiskey, as opposed to whisky.
Nose: Sweet spice and creamy barley malt. A touch of cocoa butter, dried peels and oak.
Palate: Date and raisin, hints of walnut loaf, allspice and toasted oak.
Finish: Toasted, malty finish. Hints of pepper.
Overall: A creamy, rounded blend.
A friend of mine new I liked whiskey and bought him and I a glass of William Lawson's at a café. We were both gagging by the end of it. Do yourself a favour and pay €5 more for a bottle of Jameson.
28th January 2014
Under seven euros in Eroski, San Pedro....that'll do nicely!
20th January 2014
for the price very good stuff i find it very peppery in the finshed be more of a black and white man myself but very drinkable.
13th January 2014
For a basic blend its brilliant! Light, fruity, floral, buttery, creamy - good stuff!
22nd December 2013
@Mr. Soap - bad troll attempt, try harder!
Considering that this is a basic no age blend - bloody brilliant!
Light and sweet - speyside style: Fruity, floral, buttery, creamy, spicy, surprising amount of body to it.
Beautiful bottle and label but what can you expect from a cheap beverage? Sound's funny but the taste like a spoap :(
12th December 2013
THIS WHISKY IS A QUALITY BLEND AND WHEN EVER I SEE IT FOR SALE I KNOW
THAT IT IS VALUE FOR MONEY AND IT IS FAR SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER MAKE.
5th July 2013