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If you didn't think The English Whisky Co. logo was cool enough (in case you don't know, it's a knight about to give a dragon a jolly good whack with a sword), they've made the label on their English Whisky Chapter 13 to show you all how scary dragons really are. Made at St. George's Distillery in Norfolk, once home to Alan Partridge, Tim Westwood and my gran.
Nose: Chocolate pie with a twirl of whipped cream on top. A little swirl of smoke, like a tiny dragon's yawn.
Palate: Rich and buttery with a good, malty character. Victoria sponge cake with fresh jam.
Finish: A fairly long finish that drys towards the end.
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Very malty and extremely good. It's great to see an English distillery producing such a fine product but the awful packaging makes it a massively hard sell in a bar environment. It looks like a bunch of 11 year olds with BNP ties and a vague grasp of photoshop have designed the packaging and it really does become a chore to convince people that they need to try this. I ended up taking our bottle off the bar and bringing it home because it was taking up space that could have been used for something that didn't look utterly awful!! I know it may seem ridiculously shallow to talk about the packaging when the actual liquid is so amazing but to underestimate the importance of how it looks is crazy!!
5th January 2015