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William Lawson Rare Light Scotch & Gaston de Lagrange Cognac Set - 2x75cl 40%

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Strength: 40%
Bottle Size: 75 cl
Distillery / Blender: Other
Lot Type: Full Size

A wooden crate box containing a bottle of William Lawsons rare light Scotch and a bottle of Gaston De Lagrange Cognac from France.

There will be many opinions referring to the time period of Whisky Production in Scotland that could be referred to as "The Golden Age of Whisky." There is a time however that without doubt was special and considered by many that period.

The whisky made early 60s-70s with direct firing of stills, the abundant use of Golden Promise Barley, a slower more deliberated approach to production and even a more generous portion of malts in blends of the period ,all lead to a treasure of never again to be repeated whiskies. We refer to this as the "The Golden Era of whisky."

Watch for whiskies from Turmeaus that is identified as such and give it careful consideration when you feel like a rare and special dram.

Please note as this is a vintage whisky, conditions of bottle/label and liquid level can vary - please note, stains to bottle labels.


Tasting Notes

William Lawson:
Nose: Light and subdued, with a somewhat floral character and a hint of wood underneath.
Palate: Sweetly grainy, with a touch of vanilla and a bit of dried fruit.
Finish: Relatively light, with that woody hint from the nose reappearing.

Gaston de Lagrange Cognac:
Nose: Aromas of florals, butterscotch and hints of spice.
Palate: Smooth with a hint of sweetness that tempers the warmth