A very popular blend, particularly on the American market, started by Berry Bros & Rudd and named for the tea clipper Cutty Sark, said to be the fastest of its time.
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Nose: Light, gentle. Cut herbs, floral, custard, hay.
Palate: Rounded, mixed peels, lots of barley.
Finish: Good length, warming, malt.
answere to albert colic numbut
this stuff is nasty as hell
19th March 2015
very clean and fresh taste, very easy to drink - good quality blend, but nothing special !
8th March 2015
it is quite clear my friend that you dont drink much (variety not quantity )black gouse is a peated style this isnt, monkey shoulder is a blended malt this isnt, whyte & mckay ? come on now , it tastes like caramel aditive , ok black bottle (old style in green bottle was sublime )the new stuff is young spirit .if you actually compare like for like this product is very good , however taste is a very singular thing , cheers
2nd February 2015
My grandaddy,father,uncle's loved it and I still love it.
1st January 2015
Typical shite blend for people that don't drink much Scotch. Why can't american bars carry Black Bottle, Black Grouse, White & Mckay, Monkey Shoulder?! It's Dewars and Cutty Sark at EVERY, DAMN, BAR.
20th July 2014
I stick to what I know but I was introduced to this whisky, and really enjoyed it. I am drinking it at the moment. Not my favorite but worth the money, especially for someone starting out in drinking whisky.