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However, and this despite Diageo's claims to the contrary, I've found that such 'older' CRs do in fact possess a slightly different taste from their contemporary kin. Of course, this may simply be (partially, at least) due to the whisky having altered marginally in the bottle over the interim. But I still harbour a sneaking suspicion that those 'older' CRs, containing as they do product from many of Seagram's long sinced closed distilleries (such as the Waterloo site), have a 'certain something' the newer bottlings don't.
I conducted just such a comparative taste-test a little while back with my brother, and we both agreed that this was the case. So pop the top and enjoy!
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