Glen Grant 18 Year Old “Rare Edition” at K&L California – Scotch Whisky News

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Glen Grant 18 Year Old “Rare Edition” Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) $129.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast

  The aroma entices with vanilla, fresh fruit and waxy honey. Meanwhile, palate surprises with spice and light smoke, as mouthwatering waves of cayenne, jalapeño, mesquite and black pepper give way to soothing vanilla and honey. Dilution makes this dram more easy sipping and plays up the vanilla, but doesn’t change the peppery profile overall. (KN)   (12/2017)

KL Notes; The 2018 Whisky Bible “Scotch Whisky of the Year”

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Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey Refreshes Bottle Design – American Whiskey News

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Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey Refreshes Bottle Design

(Lebanon, Ky.) March 11, 2019 –Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey has a new look. The new bottle features white paint over the embossments, making the intricate font and design more prominent and adding to the vintage and craft look of the bottle.

“The new look is reminiscent of the porcelain painted ‘bar back’ bottles that were popular with so many brands in the late 1800’s,” says Steve Beam, president and head distiller at Limestone Branch Distillery. “This was the time when my great-grandfather, Minor Case Beam, was in his distilling heyday – this new look is a nod to his legacy.”

Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey, launched in 2017, features straight rye whiskey with a sherry cask finish and is bottled at 90 proof. Available in 750ml bottles and aged two years, Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey offers a warm rye spice complemented by the dried fruit notes from being finished in a sherry cask barrel. The combination offers depth to the overall experience of this whiskey.

The award-winning Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey has also been called out in this spring’s Tasting Panel magazine and given a score of 94 points. The magazine notes “the fragrant nose of jasmine and caramel is illuminating…luscious notes of sweet peat and honeyed apples, peppercorns and peach blossoms are elegant, while its perfume carries through to the maple and dried-peach finish.”

The whiskey was inspired by Beam’s long family history in the distilling industry – Steve Beam is a seventh-generation distiller. “This rye whiskey is a tribute to my heritage – from the details in the finishing to Minor Case Beam’s original crest as a special touch –now this beautiful bottle is even more visible behind the bar.”

The whiskey is offered nationwide for the suggested retail price of $42.99. The new bottle packaging is also available for sale at Limestone Branch Distillery.

About Limestone Branch Distillery

Steve Beam and his brother Paul Beam opened Limestone Branch Distillery in 2011, with the goal of crafting the finest whiskey in small batches. With a history of distilling on both sides of their family – Beam and Dant – the brothers are seventh-generation distillers. In 2015, they brought the Yellowstone brand back to the family and launched a limited edition bourbon to commemorate the brand’s 105th anniversary.

For more information on Limestone Branch Distillery, please visit www.limestonebranch.com or www.facebook.com/limestone-branch-distillery.

Article source: http://www.whiskyintelligence.com/2019/03/minor-case-straight-rye-whiskey-refreshes-bottle-design-american-whiskey-news/

Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey Refreshes Bottle Design – American Whiskey News

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Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey Refreshes Bottle Design

(Lebanon, Ky.) March 11, 2019 –Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey has a new look. The new bottle features white paint over the embossments, making the intricate font and design more prominent and adding to the vintage and craft look of the bottle.

“The new look is reminiscent of the porcelain painted ‘bar back’ bottles that were popular with so many brands in the late 1800’s,” says Steve Beam, president and head distiller at Limestone Branch Distillery. “This was the time when my great-grandfather, Minor Case Beam, was in his distilling heyday – this new look is a nod to his legacy.”

Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey, launched in 2017, features straight rye whiskey with a sherry cask finish and is bottled at 90 proof. Available in 750ml bottles and aged two years, Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey offers a warm rye spice complemented by the dried fruit notes from being finished in a sherry cask barrel. The combination offers depth to the overall experience of this whiskey.

The award-winning Minor Case Straight Rye Whiskey has also been called out in this spring’s Tasting Panel magazine and given a score of 94 points. The magazine notes “the fragrant nose of jasmine and caramel is illuminating…luscious notes of sweet peat and honeyed apples, peppercorns and peach blossoms are elegant, while its perfume carries through to the maple and dried-peach finish.”

The whiskey was inspired by Beam’s long family history in the distilling industry – Steve Beam is a seventh-generation distiller. “This rye whiskey is a tribute to my heritage – from the details in the finishing to Minor Case Beam’s original crest as a special touch –now this beautiful bottle is even more visible behind the bar.”

The whiskey is offered nationwide for the suggested retail price of $42.99. The new bottle packaging is also available for sale at Limestone Branch Distillery.

About Limestone Branch Distillery

Steve Beam and his brother Paul Beam opened Limestone Branch Distillery in 2011, with the goal of crafting the finest whiskey in small batches. With a history of distilling on both sides of their family – Beam and Dant – the brothers are seventh-generation distillers. In 2015, they brought the Yellowstone brand back to the family and launched a limited edition bourbon to commemorate the brand’s 105th anniversary.

For more information on Limestone Branch Distillery, please visit www.limestonebranch.com or www.facebook.com/limestone-branch-distillery.

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Dalwhinnie Winter’s Frost – Game of Thrones ‘House Stark’

Macallan Concept Number 1

Tasting NotesGeplaatst door Mark Dermul wo, maart 06, 2019 06:42:42

Distilleerderij:
Macallan
Regio: Schotland
(Speyside)
Fles: Macallan Concept Number 1, OB 2018, sherry cask ex-bourbon cask, travel
retail, 84.000 bts
Kleur: amber
ABV: 40%

Surrealistisch

Herinner u zich de gekte rond de Macallan Edition No.1 vier
jaar geleden? Destijds 90 EUR, maar nu gaat hij al voor het tienvoudige over de
toonbank (wat van de Edition No 2, 3 en 4 niet gezegd kan worden, die zijn
‘slechts verdubbeld’). En nu lanceert Macallan een nieuwe reeks. U raadt het
al: menig bottle flipper haastte zich
naar de winkel om deze snel aan te schaffen en onmiddellijk van de hand te
doen. Het werkte. Althans een paar weken. De eerste flessen gingen voor 300 EUR
en meer over de toonbank, maar ondertussen is de prijs al genormaliseerd naar
zijn oorspronkelijke 150 EUR. Er zijn immers 84.000 flessen gemaakt. Geen reden
tot paniek, dus. De verpakking is geïnspireerd op wereld van de surrealistische
kunst. Wel, da’s goed gekozen, zeg ik dan. De whisky werd eerst in sherryvaten
gerijpt, en kreeg daarna een even lange periode rusttijd op bourbonvaten. Hoe
lang dat precies is, wordt niet vermeld.

De neus is romig en zoet. Mierzoet. Citroenzeste en
gekonfijte gember, noten (amandelen in de hoofdrol) en groene banaan.
Ananassnoepjes. Hint van Turks Fruit en wat Graeffe suiker. Boterbabbelaars.
Helemaal niet slecht, typisch Macallan, maar mijn mond valt er niet van open.

De body is eerder licht. Te licht naar mij gading. Slechts
wat olieachtig en onmiddellijk pikant zoet. Wederom allerhande citrusfruit
(limoen, citroen, bergamot), zeste incluis, en hints van tropische vruchten die
gedroogd zijn. Ananas, iets van banaan en mango. Valt best mee. Het pikante
verzacht snel en neigt naar gember en andere kruiden van het hout.

De afdronk is zoet, licht drogend, maar vooral erg kort.

Hij viel me beter mee dan ik had gevreesd. Dat gezegd
zijnde: nog maar eens een NAS en nog maar eens op 40%. Ik wordt hier een beetje
moedeloos van. Maar ja, iemand moet die nieuwe distilleerderij toch betalen?

85/100

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Bowmore 25 Year Old

Bowmore 25 Years is a mix of American bourbon and a large proportion of Spanish sherry casks.

It used to be bottled at 40% (black label), then as a Small Batch release. Now it’s part of the core range at 43% ABV with a white label.

 

 

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(43%, OB +/- 2018)

Nose: nicely mellow but aromatic. Gentle smoke, with jammy sherry fruits, hints of cedar oak and plenty of cooked fruits in the background. A little chocolate, berries, toffee. There’s a thicker side (blackberries) but also a bright, slightly acidic fruitiness (raspberry and lime). Cinnamon and tobacco too. Mouth: a little disappointing now. It’s thin, with some burnt oak, salted notes and cocoa. There’s sherry and there’s this nice fruitiness (pink grapefruit) but also a faint hint of lavender (not 1980s amounts though). Clove, nutty notes. Finish: long, fairly dry and spicy, with toasted oak, espresso, herbs and still a little grapefruit.

Hard to score: the nose was nice enough, but on the palate it feels slightly disjointed and lacking some richness. The regular price is quite ambitious (see TWE) but it’s now heavily discounted over at Master of Malt.

Score: 86/100

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A Maker’s Mark Exclusive—Barrel #906—Limited Availability – American Whiskey News

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Kentucky Bourbon at Its Finest
Maker’s Mark 46 “KL Exclusive Barrel #906″ Private Select Kentucky Bourbon (750ml) ($69.99)
“This may be the most exciting Maker’s barrel we’ve done to date.”
—David Othenin-Girard, KL SoCal Spirits Buyer

Traveling to Maker’s Mark to see their gorgeous distillery in Loretto is a rite of passage for any bourbon lover, so when we sent our SoCal Store Manager Resident Kentuckian to visit this historic distillery it was a very special occasion. Illya loves bourbon and he knows exactly what kind of bourbon he likes: big, rich, bold, and powerful. That’s why letting him loose in the Maker’s Mark creation lab was so exciting. We spent hours in there examining every combination and he ultimately developed what I believe to be our most successful Maker’s Private Barrel to date. Previously, we’ve avoided experimenting with more intense chars for fear that the bourbon, which spends 90-120 days soaking with staves, might end up unbalanced. Instead, we stuck to flavors that seemed to complement the already sweet, supple qualities of the Maker’s Cask Strength base.

How wrong we were! Illya, using his good sense and excellent palate, added a hefty dose of “Roasted French Mocha” staves to the two we typically use, American Pure and Seared French. The resulting bourbon is one of the most complex and opulent we’ve ever bottled. And Illya’s signature is on the back of every single bottle. We’ve had incredible success with the Maker’s Private Select program, but it’s clear we’re only scratching the surface of what this incredible, innovative barrel program is capable of.

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Maker’s Mark 46 “KL Exclusive Barrel #906″ Private Select Kentucky Bourbon (750ml) ($69.99)

The extremely popular Maker’s Private Select barrel program has become one of our favorite. Maker’s has always had some serious cache, but their consistency and commitment to their original product line might have hurt their clout with the cognoscenti. But over the last few years they’ve started to introduce new products many of which have become go-to products for our customers. This trend has culminated in the creation of the Private Select program, which offers accounts an opportunity to create their own finishes onto of the already delicious Maker’s Cask Strength flavor profile. They start with a small batch dump of cask strength (10 barrels). Used barrels are then popped open and filled with a special selection of 10 custom staves of various toast and char levels. In this case, LA manager Illya Haase determined the recipe. We’ve got 2 staves of Baked American Pure adding deep vanilla and sweet woodiness. 3 Seared French Cuvee staves offering bold cinnamon and a balancing tannin. And 5 Roasted French Mocha (a first for any KL Private Select) adding dense dark coffee, cocoa, and subtle licorice to the mix. All in all this is the most unique and intriguing Private Select we’ve done to date. Truly the total package, with an integration right out of the bottle that isn’t always evident in these barrels. I liked this one at cask strength with no water. Bravo Illya, bravo!

David Othenin-Girard | KL Staff Member | Review Date: January 23, 2019

Another MONSTER from the Maker’s Mark Private Select line. This one was built and brought to you by our illustrious LA Manager Illya Haase. Illya happens to be from Northern Kentucky and he just happened to be on vacation with his family when I had planned to be at the Maker’s Mark distillery to select a barrel. So he did what any serious bourbon love would and raced to meet me in Louisville. Building your own bourbon at Maker’s Mark is not an opportunity anyone should pass up. And Illya has some very clear ideas about what he likes in bourbon. We spent a good 90 minutes tasting and blending the various staves in the lab at Maker’s. And while I’ve got my biases in the blending room, I have to say, Illya opened my eyes to some seriously exciting possibilities. Namely that the some of the staves we’ve avoided in the past because their character stood out in blending trials, could offer you an integrated bourbon once the actual process had been run. And while this cask falls well outside our normal recipe, it hits all the notes that Illya was looking for. Big bold spice, tempered by rich sweet vanilla. Dense textured sweet fruit balanced by an inviting sweet fruit. My fears of the Mocha staves turning bitter were completely unfounded. This may be the most exciting Maker’s barrel we’ve done to date and certainly offers an exceptional contrast to all the others we’ve done. Kind of proof of concept for our friends at Maker’s in my opinion. Top tier stuff.

Jeffrey Jones | KL Staff Member | Review Date: February 08, 2019

Each Maker’s Mark Private Select Barrel is unique . This selection is rich and sweet with vanilla and spice undertones. It has mouth coating flavors but is not too heavy.It should be on the top of the list for anyone looking for a wheated Bourbon. Barrel 906 tasted much better after a touch of water, which opened it up and made it lively and delicious.

Will Blakely | KL Staff Member | Review Date: February 03, 2019

One of the most rich and dense barrels of Maker’s I’ve had the pleasure of tasting. First whiffs evoke mocha and spice with just a hint of vanilla and leather. The taste of rich, candied fruit is balanced nicely by rye spice and well curated heat. But that’s not all – there’s tons of vanilla, caramel and fudge throughout. The finish brings a buttery sweetness and warming cinnamon. I highly encourage you to pick one up before they’re gone.

Illya Haase | KL Staff Member | Review Date: January 29, 2019

Maker’s Mark 46 “KL Exclusive Barrel #906″ Private Select Kentucky Bourbon is finally here! Being a Kentuckian, I am proud to say, that it is one hell of a bottle!I was very lucky to taste this barrel and at the first whiff you are in for something special. Out of the gate, catch that big blast of mocha. Cinnamon, burnt brown sugar, sweet corn vanilla and dried fruit are a few others that rise out of the glass. First sip, note the candied Red Hots, then on to the baked pear and butterscotch. A little dash of water punches up the spice component. For a completely different glass of bourbon, the finish is pure heaven, captivating; with just the right amount of burn and bite that feels like a warm blanket that coats every inch of you.

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Heaven Hill Distillery Announces Spring 2019 Edition of the Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond Series – American Whiskey News

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Heaven Hill Distillery Announces Spring 2019 Edition of the Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond Series

BARDSTOWN, Ky. – Heaven Hill Distillery announced today the release of the Spring 2019 edition of Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Comprised of barrels produced in September of 2005, and bottled in February of 2019, the third release ushers in the latest hallmark series to the bottled-in-bond legacy.

Bottled in an ornate decanter, the spring edition denotes a green label, which will stay consistent across all spring releases. As was the case for the past editions, this edition’s tax strip, which has always been a signature of transparency on bottled-in-bond products, will disclose when the liquid was produced and bottled. The Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond spring edition will be available in the 750ml size on an allocated basis. It meets the strict requirements of a bottled-in-bond: the product of a single distillery from a single distilling season, aged a minimum of four years, and bottled at 100 proof or 50% alcohol by volume. The third edition is available at a suggested retail price of $130.

As a leader of the Bottled-in-Bond category, Heaven Hill is proud to offer a premium, allocated product within this special class that showcases the authenticity and quality of the American Whiskey portfolio. Acquired in 1999 by Heaven Hill, the legendary Old Fitzgerald line is well-known for its distilling pedigree and intriguing story behind its namesake, John E. Fitzgerald.

ABOUT HEAVEN HILL DISTILLERY: Founded in Kentucky by the Shapira family in 1935, Heaven Hill Distillery continues its legacy as one of the foremost American Whiskey producers. Heaven Hill has cultivated the traditions and history of America’s Native Spirit with its fierce independence, passionate family ownership, dedication to quality, and thoughtful innovation. Today, Heaven Hill Distillery maintains over 1.5 million barrels aging in 57 warehouses throughout Nelson and Jefferson Counties. It is home to an award-winning collection of American Whiskeys including Elijah Craig Bourbon, Larceny Bourbon, Evan Williams Bourbon, Pikesville Rye Whiskey, Rittenhouse Rye Whisky and Parker’s Heritage Collection. Heaven Hill Distillery currently holds the title of 2018 San Francisco Spirits Best Bourbon, 2017 Whisky Advocate Whisky of the Year, and previously held the titles of 2016 Whisky Magazine Distillery of the Year, 2016 Whisky Advocate American Whiskey of the Year and 2016 Rye Whiskey of the Year from “Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible.” For more information, please visit www.heavenhilldistillery.com.

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Talisker Select Reserve – Game of Thrones ‘House Greyjoy’

Macallan Concept Number 1

Tasting NotesGeplaatst door Mark Dermul wo, maart 06, 2019 06:42:42

Distilleerderij:
Macallan
Regio: Schotland
(Speyside)
Fles: Macallan Concept Number 1, OB 2018, sherry cask ex-bourbon cask, travel
retail, 84.000 bts
Kleur: amber
ABV: 40%

Surrealistisch

Herinner u zich de gekte rond de Macallan Edition No.1 vier
jaar geleden? Destijds 90 EUR, maar nu gaat hij al voor het tienvoudige over de
toonbank (wat van de Edition No 2, 3 en 4 niet gezegd kan worden, die zijn
‘slechts verdubbeld’). En nu lanceert Macallan een nieuwe reeks. U raadt het
al: menig bottle flipper haastte zich
naar de winkel om deze snel aan te schaffen en onmiddellijk van de hand te
doen. Het werkte. Althans een paar weken. De eerste flessen gingen voor 300 EUR
en meer over de toonbank, maar ondertussen is de prijs al genormaliseerd naar
zijn oorspronkelijke 150 EUR. Er zijn immers 84.000 flessen gemaakt. Geen reden
tot paniek, dus. De verpakking is geïnspireerd op wereld van de surrealistische
kunst. Wel, da’s goed gekozen, zeg ik dan. De whisky werd eerst in sherryvaten
gerijpt, en kreeg daarna een even lange periode rusttijd op bourbonvaten. Hoe
lang dat precies is, wordt niet vermeld.

De neus is romig en zoet. Mierzoet. Citroenzeste en
gekonfijte gember, noten (amandelen in de hoofdrol) en groene banaan.
Ananassnoepjes. Hint van Turks Fruit en wat Graeffe suiker. Boterbabbelaars.
Helemaal niet slecht, typisch Macallan, maar mijn mond valt er niet van open.

De body is eerder licht. Te licht naar mij gading. Slechts
wat olieachtig en onmiddellijk pikant zoet. Wederom allerhande citrusfruit
(limoen, citroen, bergamot), zeste incluis, en hints van tropische vruchten die
gedroogd zijn. Ananas, iets van banaan en mango. Valt best mee. Het pikante
verzacht snel en neigt naar gember en andere kruiden van het hout.

De afdronk is zoet, licht drogend, maar vooral erg kort.

Hij viel me beter mee dan ik had gevreesd. Dat gezegd
zijnde: nog maar eens een NAS en nog maar eens op 40%. Ik wordt hier een beetje
moedeloos van. Maar ja, iemand moet die nieuwe distilleerderij toch betalen?

85/100

Geproefd door
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Port Askaig 34 Year Old

Port Askaig Islay whisky

Port Askaig Islay whisky

After an excellent Port Askaig 33 Years for the US, a new sample landed on my desk of a Port Askaig 34 Year Old. A single cask release from 1983.

We can never be sure, but this should be Caol Ila.

 

 

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(49,7%, Elixir Distillers 2018, ex-bourbon hogshead, 180 btl.)

Nose: a very graceful nose. Plenty of beeswax notes, with light buttery touches and a lot of honey. A couple of pineapple cubes. Cuban cigars, a hint of old wardrobes and car workshops. Warm hay. Chamomile. Candied oranges and vanilla. A little mint tea. Mouth: ooh, oily and quite punchy after all these years. Some burnt oak, smoky liquorice and hints of wet limestone. Then waxy notes again, some olive oil and grassy hints. Growing sweeter, with peppered lemon candy and chocolate with salt. Camphor and honey(suckle). Lanolin. Finish: long and leafy, with mentholy smoke and grasses.

Graceful, complex and just a superb balance of sharpness and vanilla roundness. I know Port Ellen has been hyped, but these Caol Ilas are on the same level and if you think about it, more reasonably priced. One hell of a dram. Available from The Whisky Exchange.

Score: 93/100

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Drop of the Irish Blackadder (b. 2017)

Macallan Concept Number 1

Tasting NotesGeplaatst door Mark Dermul wo, maart 06, 2019 06:42:42

Distilleerderij:
Macallan
Regio: Schotland
(Speyside)
Fles: Macallan Concept Number 1, OB 2018, sherry cask ex-bourbon cask, travel
retail, 84.000 bts
Kleur: amber
ABV: 40%

Surrealistisch

Herinner u zich de gekte rond de Macallan Edition No.1 vier
jaar geleden? Destijds 90 EUR, maar nu gaat hij al voor het tienvoudige over de
toonbank (wat van de Edition No 2, 3 en 4 niet gezegd kan worden, die zijn
‘slechts verdubbeld’). En nu lanceert Macallan een nieuwe reeks. U raadt het
al: menig bottle flipper haastte zich
naar de winkel om deze snel aan te schaffen en onmiddellijk van de hand te
doen. Het werkte. Althans een paar weken. De eerste flessen gingen voor 300 EUR
en meer over de toonbank, maar ondertussen is de prijs al genormaliseerd naar
zijn oorspronkelijke 150 EUR. Er zijn immers 84.000 flessen gemaakt. Geen reden
tot paniek, dus. De verpakking is geïnspireerd op wereld van de surrealistische
kunst. Wel, da’s goed gekozen, zeg ik dan. De whisky werd eerst in sherryvaten
gerijpt, en kreeg daarna een even lange periode rusttijd op bourbonvaten. Hoe
lang dat precies is, wordt niet vermeld.

De neus is romig en zoet. Mierzoet. Citroenzeste en
gekonfijte gember, noten (amandelen in de hoofdrol) en groene banaan.
Ananassnoepjes. Hint van Turks Fruit en wat Graeffe suiker. Boterbabbelaars.
Helemaal niet slecht, typisch Macallan, maar mijn mond valt er niet van open.

De body is eerder licht. Te licht naar mij gading. Slechts
wat olieachtig en onmiddellijk pikant zoet. Wederom allerhande citrusfruit
(limoen, citroen, bergamot), zeste incluis, en hints van tropische vruchten die
gedroogd zijn. Ananas, iets van banaan en mango. Valt best mee. Het pikante
verzacht snel en neigt naar gember en andere kruiden van het hout.

De afdronk is zoet, licht drogend, maar vooral erg kort.

Hij viel me beter mee dan ik had gevreesd. Dat gezegd
zijnde: nog maar eens een NAS en nog maar eens op 40%. Ik wordt hier een beetje
moedeloos van. Maar ja, iemand moet die nieuwe distilleerderij toch betalen?

85/100

Geproefd door
Mark Dermul op 10-02-2019
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