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A & A Crawford was a whisky blender and merchant which established in Leith in 1860. The 3 Star blend was launched just before the turn of the century, followed by the deluxe 5 Star Blend which was launched in the 1920s.
The nose is quite supple and light. There are notes of honey and spice with a touch of malted barley and a little oak. The palate is subdued and of medium-body. There are notes of toffee and a little smoke, there are some mixed peel notes with a nutty character. The finish is of medium-length with oak and barley sweetness.
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I DRANK THIS BLEND MANY YEARS AGO, AND STILL HAVE THE TASTE FOR IT AND WOULD LOVE TO SIP IT AGAIN. THE AMBER BEAD OF WHISKEY
17th December 2015
I first tasted Crawford's 3 star blended scotch whisky when I was at camp with the TA in Stirling in 1962 as a 19 yrs old private. Like drinking silk! Have been looking for it ever since. Now 72 yrs young. Simply the best. Will now have a few drams & show family what I've been on about for the last 50 yrs.
19th September 2015
The best blended Wiskky on the market
28th March 2015
I love this drink. Maybe too much.
22nd August 2014
Best of all the blends
9th May 2014
Very smooth! I am not a whisky afficianado, but very much enjoyed this whisky.
29th April 2014
I have been drinking this blend for over 40 years as my father-in-law who used to socialise with the Crawford's directors liked this whisky a lot and even preferred its smooth taste to the 5 star version. He introduced it to me.
29th July 2013