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The Torres 30 Jaime I. Spanish Brandy features an incredible blend of some of their old stocks, including some made using Parellada grapes (which they use in the Torres 10) which has been aged further for occasions like this. It also includes spirit made with Folle Blanche grapes and distilled in 1972. Very handsomely presented, too, of course.
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15th December 2015
I've purchased a bottle of this a while back and it does not disappoint, so smooth and forgiving fruity but with oak notes that speak age, some molasses and calves leather but compared to Carlos it's very very different and is very sweet and I would class this as a dessert brandy. Deserves so much more recognition and been the winner of the World's Best Brandy 2015 it seems to have still not got its recognition ! Very complex and layered and if you are a brandy drinker then this should adorn your collection as I think you will be surprised and I recommend you purchase this it won't let you down !!!
13th December 2015
Hi there! If you could get in touch with our Customer Service team (firstname.lastname@example.org) they will be more than happy to help with your request. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
14th August 2014
I love Spanish brandy and Carlos is one of my all time favourites but I've never heard of Torres but I'm sure even if I buy this and it's a poke in the dark it will be nice, of cause it would be a GREAT help if the good folk a master of malt could contact me so I can compare notes over the solera ages brandies and grape types other wise it could be a hit or miss rather like a poke in the dark ! Urrghhrummm ppl at master of malt.......help needed !!!!
12th August 2014