William Lawson's is a classic blended Scotch whisky with a sweet, medium-bodied flavour. Made with a high malt content, the blend was first produced by William Lawson in 1849.
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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.
Ні ні ні!!! Подарували бутилочку. Зробив пару ковтків. Шмурдяк! Спирт перебиває все. Хочеш недороге віскі - Bells, White Horse! Або просто купи хорошу горілку.
8th November 2014
Strong, unpleasant taste of alcohol on top of a harsh flavor with almost non existing finish (except the the alcohol taste). Very disappointing even at its price range. Unfortunately I don't think i'll ever finish my bottle.
28th October 2014
whats not to like?
I can get this in Spain for 7 euros and drink it by choice because its a damn good dram and try the 13yr old wow !!!
22nd October 2014
tastes like methanol
A drink is a drink
25th July 2014
i drink scotch mainly, chivas, black label, JD etc.. but i tried WL and was pretty impressed...loving it.. taste and value for money...
16th July 2014
Don't knock it!
Nice at the price
Won a bottle in a raffle at the weekend. I normally drink Macallan or Highland Park and was not expecting much from this blend but was delighted when I sampled it. My expectation was that it would be harsh and fiery, as many cheap blends are, but this is smooth and very tasty. Cheap it may be but it compares well with many a more expensive malt; it's now on my shopping list.
29th April 2014
My tipple has been The Famous Grouse for years. This whisky is new in South Africa and first impressions indicate that I now have two nice brands to choose from.
16th March 2014
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.