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Cutty Sark Prohibition Edition Blended Scotch Whisky

(70cl, 50%)

Cutty Sark Prohibition Edition Blended Scotch Whisky
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Cutty Sark Prohibition Bottling Note

Cutty Sark's Prohibition Edition blended Scotch whisky is a higher strength expression, sitting at 50% ABV (their classic expression is bottled at 40% ABV). Created as a tip of the hat to famous Prohibition era rum-runner Captain William McCoy...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: There's custard notes familiar from the 40% ABV expression, though now paired with more citrus, pear and fudge cubes you get in sea-side sweet shops.

Palate: Toffee chunks with a little bit of dark chocolate hidden inside. A touch of grassy malt and crushed nuts.

Finish: A final hint of caramel and golden malt.

Reviews for Cutty Sark Prohibition Edition Blended Scotch Whisky
Good find.
Very pleasant whisky that packs a punch! Does have peppery notes. Good value.
4 months ago
Leave it in the glass for a little while and it becomes a lovely thing. I don't know how they have done it for the money. Keep it up.
, United Kingdom
7 months ago
Ultimate Value for Money
What a belter for the price. Notes of black treacle, nuts & at 50% abv packs a punch. You won't find a better whisky at this price level.
, United Kingdom
10 months ago
Strong taste
Very good value but slightly harsh
Strong taste
11 months ago
Fantastic blended whisky!!
I've always fancied trying the cutty Sark blend I haven't a great deal of money so this seemed like a good option! Wow and I glad I did,being 50% instead of the usual 40 has really made a difference! The flavour profile is now really pronounced so you get a chance to appreciate the different elements each whisky brings to this blend! I've found it quite floral definitely getting that custard note along with a destinct banana element going on!
I think all blends should be of this strength because going by this the higher abv really brings out the full flavour and that's something a lot of other blends could benefit from!
Great whisky, fantastic price and will definitely be buying again!
, United Kingdom
one year ago
Had this a few years ago but didn't get it then. Now the second time... It's really good whisky. Better than most single malts! The higher ABV really brings more character to this. Amazing stuff. A new favorite blended
, Finland
one year ago
This is an absolute steal. Flavours of pepper and toffee sweetness and at 50% its got a bit of an edge. Highly recommend.
one year ago
Best blended scotch I've had
I wonder why there is so little blended whisky out there thate above 40%...this is magical, by far the best price to taste and experience i have ever found.
Love it, all the creamy toffee with cracked black pepper....delicious.
, Israel
one year ago
Christmases of yore
This dram takes me right back to Christmases of yore. It's the sort of 'special' bottle that my dad would get in. It's smooth enough to sip neat and it's a very more-ish whisky indeed. Being 50% abv it's a good mixer too - if you like wasting your good stuff!
, United Kingdom
one year ago
Should have stayed with my usual drams
I am 67 years old. When I started drinking whisky many years ago, I started with blends but through the years I moved to drinking only single malts and have done so for several decades. in a moment of madness I decided - because of the rave reviews and the fact that this is 50% and ncf - to reconnect with what is regarded to be a superior blend. Sadly, I have to say that I didn't enjoy this dram - it was just not to my taste. For mid-week drams, I can buy, in all my local supermarkets, NAS single malt whiskies like Tamnavulin, Glen Keith and Glenallachie for £20 and even 12yo Glenlivet for £24, I think I'll be giving blends a miss. My usual malts are the excellent bottlings by Carn Mor and James Eadie so I suppose it is really unfair to compare these to Prohibition. This is just one man's opinion. I hope that those drinkers who enjoy blends - and I have many friends who do - give this a go, as it is so highly regarded.
, United Kingdom
one year ago

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