Old and Rare Platinum Bottling 34 year old
- it's their 34 year anniversary, so it seemed very fitting. However we don't know much about how the 34yo tastes: how does it compare to the 18yo? Our tastes are that the 12yo is good, and the 18 is better (seems smoother/maybe lighter). Is the 34 comparable, or completely different?
Any help would be appreciated.
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Haven't had this one but i have had the O.b. 34yo (a 1968 from a sherry cask ) , i can say i'd be very surprised if this one wasn't very good as aged Bunna are usually stunning . It probably is very sherried but usually they are beautiful !
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All I can add to this that DL Old and Rare Platinum Bottlings are usually of a very high standard so rest assured that it should be a good investment in your inheritance
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