That Boutique-y Whisky Company World Whisky Blend (700ml)
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That Boutique-y Whisky Company World Whisky Blend (700ml)

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$49. 99
$599.88 Dozen
ABV: 41.6%

Wholesaler clearance on one parcel only. "...a big old mouthful of flavour...proof that interesting bargains still exist in the world of whisky." -

The comic-strip label alone tells you this must be from the independent bottler, That Boutique-y Whisky Company. Best known for their eclectic selection of single malts, on this occasion they've opted for a 'World Blend' composed of whiskies from Scotland, Canada, Ireland, Sweden, the United States, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Taiwan, India, Italy, Germany, South Africa, New Zealand and Tasmania... and possibly more! Offering a truly global tasting experience, each component brings its own distinct character, from the smoky peat of Islay to the rich sherry influence of Speyside. The result is a harmonious fusion of sweet honey, roasted nuts, chocolate and gently smokey aromas and flavours. The label says it's made for mixing. And given that the majority of whisky consumed globally is mixed, the slogan makes good marketing sense: In Scotland, a splash of water is common. In China they drink it with green tea. In Japan the whisky & soda highball is king. In warm countries like Venezuela and Brazil, it’s topped up with coconut water, or if you're in the USA or Australia, it's usually cola or ginger ale. Whatever your taste, this is a whisky inspired by the diversity of drinking preferences around the world. Boutique-y fans note the 700ml bottle as opposed to the standard 500ml Boutique-y format. 41.6% Alc./Vol.

Other reviews... It’s certainly a big old mouthful of flavour. There’s caramel and toffee mingling with apple and pear, raisin and biscuit. Vanilla. Honey. Salt and pepper. Touch of dark chocolate and oak too... It’s a rather unique and tasty dram at a really affordable price. There’s a decent amount of flavour going on, which gives the impression it could stand up to the mixers suggested on the back label. Crucially however, it works just as well when sipped neat. That’s how I have thus far chosen to drink it but I can definitely see some experimentation in the not too distant future. I’m thoroughly enjoying it, particularly that gentle warmth. More proof that interesting bargains still exist in the world of whisky. -

Notes from the bottlers... Nose: Notes of freshly baked bread, lots of honey and a smidge of orange marmalade, supported by slightly tart stewed apple with a sprinkle of brown sugar. Palate: Warming and spicy, with more of that floral honey and baked crumble topping, alongside crunchy, underripe apple and pear. Finish: A prickle of spice, toffee and vanilla pod linger alongside a slightly mineral note.