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Ainslie's King's Legend - 1970s

(75cl, 43%)

Ainslie's King's Legend - 1970s

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Ainslie's King's 1970s Bottling Note

King's Legend might sound like a video game or epic tale, but it's actually a blended Scotch whisky produced back in the days of yore by Ainslie & Heilbron. This bottling comes from the 1970s.

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Ainslie's King's Legend - 1970s Reviews

Excellent Scotch. To be savoured remembering loved (or unloved) ones

When my father died in Athens in June 2019 I found in his cupboard an opened bottle of Ainslie's King's Legend. I do not know when he purchased it but it could have been in London Easter time of 1977 when the whole family went for a week there. I finished the bottle drinking it neat and watching Netflix in early March 2020. After so many years and even though it had been opened it was nectar! So smooth, so mellow, so drinkable. A very memorable Scotch among the so many unmemorable currently in circulation

8th March 2020

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