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Ron Burgundy "Great Odin's Raven" Special Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky

(70cl, 40%)

Ron Burgundy "Great Odin's Raven" Special Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky

Great Odin's Raven Bottling Note

"I love Scotch. Scotchy Scotch Scotch. Here it goes down. Down into my belly." - Ron Burgundy.

As a man who loves a glass of Scotch almost as much as he does poetry and his dear friend Baxter, who better to name a blended Scotch whisky in honour of, than award-winning anchorman (and jazz flautist) Ron Burgundy. It's a classy blend, featuring grain and malt whiskies from the Highlands, Speyside and Islay.

Ron Burgundy's signature serve is three fingers of Scotch with a little bit of pepper and some cheese, but we're sure this would be suitable for a Manhattan, if you kick the vermouth in the side with a pair of steel-toed boots. This delicious expression is presented in a glass cage of emotion very handsome bottle.

You stay classy, San Diego.

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Ron Burgundy "Great Odin's Raven" Special Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky Reviews

a long time whisk(e)y drinker

Very smooth and delicious. Easy on the throat and chest. When it comes to quality, it's acceptable at $33 USD. I take it to parties, where most are not scotch drinkers, and they love it. Personally, it's great for the price. Compared to Glenlivet 12 single malt, its not my preferred choice around that price range. However, it is something I love to buy AND drink.

FYI, "chicken of the cave" somehow sounds good to me lol.

10th March 2016

You know it's good...

I've heard that it contains real bits of panther and it's quite pungent. Is it true that it's illegal in 9 countries?

Either way, I'm sure that 66% of the time it gets your drunk every time.

23rd October 2014

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