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Yes, like a regular gin in which they’d already have poured some ginger ale… Perhaps they could just add a few olives into each bottle. At first nosing, it’s very fruity and seems to be quite complex. Again, nothing special, but it appears we’re stepping towards the 70 points or more this time. Malty, a little woody, but gets a little dry towards the end. As for names, I’d say Tobermory, Arran, Auchentoshan… You should listen to 'Beautiful Day' (mp3) which is far from being her best tune, but gives you a good example of her beautiful voice and singing. Nose: mellow, quite perfumy and strong for just 40%. - While Jim Murray shoots at Cognac as much as he can, and while the French think it's out of date, the American R'n'B singers have made the 'yak' (Cognac in US slang) their favourite drink. Yes, this time, it’s like if they’d already poured some dry vermouth into some gin! It’s already got a nice dark straw colour, despite its young age. Well, I feel this one deserves 69 points, but no more. Long finish, getting a little woodier and dry after one or two minutes. The coastal notes really make me think of a young cask strength Bruichladdich, or perhaps a Clynelish or a Bunnahabhain. I especially like her songs 'Veni Vidi Vici', 'One Hell of a Life' and 'Marietta'. Error Banner.fade_out.modal_overlay.modal_overlay .modal_wrapper.modal_overlay [email protected](max-width:630px)@media(max-width:630px).modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close.modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close:before.modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close:before.modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close:before.modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close:hover:before. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. Selector .selector_results_container.form_buttons.form_buttons a.form_buttons input[type='submit'].form_buttons .submit_button.form_buttons .submit_button.form_buttons .action_button.hover_menu.hover_menu:before,.hover_menu:after.hover_menu.show_nub:before.hover_menu.show_nub:after.hover_menu.show_nub.white_bg:after.hover_menu .hover_menu_contents.hover_menu.white_bg .hover_menu_contents. Follow-up translations and comments by Ulf Buxrud: Värmlandsvisa: Värmland= is the name of a province in the heartland of Sweden. Visa= is a descriptor word meaning a simple set of tune and lyric combined, often of folkloristic origin. This melody was composed by Toots during the Swedish epoque of his life.
But I guess the nomenklatura had some better ones, especially some from Crimea. This one’s made in Yerevan, and it seems that it’s got quite a reputation, despite the fact that Armenians only make some brandy since 1937. Quite winey, with some nice notes of wood and vanilla. The name is 18 Carats, it's made by the Orkney Wine Company, and it's an Orkney carrot wine fortified with Orkney single malt whisky. I don't know what they think at Talisker's, but I must admit I'd love to taste it. Yes, the Islay Festival is around the corner, so I felt it would be a good idea not to focus on single malts too much at this very moment. Some quite unpleasant off-notes, but I guess this one has to be drunk with a lot of water anyway. Yes, the palate is much better than the nose, even when tasted ‘naked’. They’ll either tell you it could be Lou Reed, JJ Cale, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, James Taylor, Gram Parsons, or even marvellous newcomer Damien Rice, depending on the song you’ll choose. Develops on some slightly spirity notes, cider, nutmeg… I just put her back into the nearby river where she belongs. The second sample is worth 84 points on my scale – just the same rating as the OMC’s, even if both are very different.
Well, I guess all those don’t grow on the island, but that’s an impressive list anyhow. Lots of fresh wood (vanilla, tannins), butter, roots, liquorice stick… French oak casks are used to give a layer of soft vanilla and to enhance mouth feel, and port casks to accentuate the cocoa on the palate. Quite short finish, on a mix of toasted bread and fresh fruit. Lots of tropical fruit like mango (eh, an old bottle again? Then a lot of kiwi – but it can’t be a malt from New Zealand, can it?
A lot of tannins invade your mouth, making the whole quite ‘sticky’. I guess the very young Calvados taste like this one, but they never sell Calvados that young. It’s made with angelica roots, wild water mint, sea pink flowers, juniper berries, dried lemon, orange peels, cassia bark, liquorice root, ground nutmeg, cinnamon bark, orrisroot and coriander seeds. Very delicate wood, with quite a lot of vanilla and cream (vanilla fudge). Mouthfeel: again, very nicely balanced, and quite bold but not rough at all. They allow the spirit to breathe without imparting any overwhelming oak characteristics. Quite enjoyable, even if much closer to a fruit eau de vie than to a whisky. Develops on orange and litchi, with some milk chocolate and finally some blackberry. Quite odd and, to be frank, not very enjoyable, even if it’s less dull than the previous ones. I’m sorry, but I’d go for the same names again: Drumguish, Tobermory or Loch Lomond. It’s very young, in any case, I’ll rate it 65 points. "Give me the Henny, you can give me the Cris You can pass me the Remi, but pass the Courvoisier Give me the ass, you could give me the dough You can give me 'dro, but pass the Courvoisier Give me some money, you can give me some cars But you can give me the bitch make sure you pass the Courvoisier Give me some shit, you can give me the cribs You can give me whatever just pass the Courvoisier"This one’s colour is the usual ‘straw’ and it’s very fruity at first nosing. Very nice woody structure that holds the whole together.
From Scotland: This one comes from the brand new Blackwood distillery, on the Shetland Islands. A little eau de Cologne as well, but I can smell that in all gins. Makes me also think of green Chartreuse or Bénédictine. Fruits (a lot of melon) flowers (lavender, heather,) and roots (gentian, liquorice, wild carrots). That means they use more or less the same still as the one I use myself every year! George, used Bourbon casks make up the majority of the program. Then develops on perfumy notes (old rose, lavender) and Muscat. Hints of fresh orange juice and kiwi, the whole being underlined with some burnt wood notes. Gets even more perfumy and finally quite a lot of oaky notes emerge. A little weak, but a very nice structure and some nice flavours (orange, caramel, apple, wood). Get prepared to a genuine piece of modern litterature... Strawberry and pepper (a woman’s favourite – no sexism intended).
Very clean and fresh, most enjoyable, even if not utterly complex. Well, that makes sense, I guess some of the herbs they use are the same as the ones the Italians put into their vermouths. It smells like something between a good Irish and a Lowlander. This one’s made in California with a sixty litres Alsatian still. Quite fresh, with again some perfume, fresh apple, hot cake. Lots of fruit developing, like apricot, melon, guava and mango. The mouth is quite light at first, then it gets a little bitter and dry. Already in 2002 Busta Rhymes sang 'Pass the Courvoisier', and now Beyoncé dances amidst some bottles of Rémy Martin in his new video 'Naughty Girl'. Bt W, here are some lyrics from Busta Rhymes' song.