What's in a name? William Lawson's whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled William Lawson's whiskey, rather than 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.
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