The Antiquary 12
A rounded, smooth blend, the Antiquary 12 year old is a great whisky which Jim Murray awarded an incredible 92 points to in his 2013 Whisky Bible.
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The nose is light and well-balanced. There are notes of malted barley and honey, a touch of spice and fresh fruit salad. The palate is of medium-body with notes of calvados and barley, a touch of honey and mixed peels and notes of oak. The finish is quite long with oak and caramel.
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The best.....company originally owned by my great grandfather....
9th January 2015
attractive shape of the bottle, stylish bottle shape
nose is OK, but first sip is a bit sharp and having no enticing taste, but the second glass and further, till the bottom of the bottle are fantastic. I' m a Polish, leaving in PL, more accustomed to vodka ( what we call potato juice), but since I started 12 tears The Antiquary it can be my favorite (good Scotch is my hobby)
31st December 2014
one of my favourites o
15th March 2014
i bought this in endinburgh..im drinking this now.... fucking brilliant..
18th February 2014
It's fucking good
19th October 2013
Great for the price. Has it's pluses and minuses.
MY DAD ENJOYED IT.GOOD STUFF.
AV RAMPERSAD/TRINIDAD/WEST INDIES.
10th July 2013
Got it for under $30, and it is definitely better than a lot of other Scotches in that range. The nose and entry are the weakest points. Nose is a bit rough and sour. Grainy for sure. Entry reminds me of your average cheap blended scotch, but once it's on the tongue there is a wonderful mix of wood, white grapes, vanilla and slight spice. The finish is the best part. Outstanding in fact. Lingers for a very long time with a balanced toffee sweetness and maybe some creamy coffee.
16th April 2013
I used to buy several cases of 12 at a time of this exceptional whisky. I look forward to my French friends enjoying it.
25th November 2012
its not bad for a blend, i can get the barley.... sugar honey... struggling with a fruit salad? remnants of calvados (unless you've tasted a good one) not to knock a winner; shoot a grouse instead... plenty oak but no pete, sorry peat, no offence!