I mean a bottle travels in a secure very tight pack, so unless the custom opens it(and it would sound quite disturbing to me)you might get it.
Here noone checks about the inside of packagings
It's also 62.3%, so that's also a no-go for Norway then...
kildalton wrote:Hey...Someone laready tasted this?
I'm very curious and strongly lured to buy...
Back to the original question
I've tasted the Rosebank 25 about a week ago and I was quite impressed. The nose is great, bold and more highlandstyle than lowlandstyle. The body is a little agressive but more easygoing when a little water is added. The finish is long-lasting and reveals some peat smoke which i find very nice.
In my opinion it really needs some water to be fully enjoyable.
Nice stuff, but everybody has to decide whether the circa £ 130 is a correct pricetag for this whisky.
About the price well...Nowadays all high end bottles seems to cost so I'm ready for a sacrifice .
I tried the rosebank 18 CS from cadenhead's and they asked about 110 euros for it so the price for an OB at 25 Y.o it's not so terrifying
Anyway I'd awaits some more reviews before buying
kildalton wrote:I've tested the system here once kildalton and yes, the do check
Oh...Well better the bologna's way then(and when you go there jump to Kik bar the whisly house in Via.S.donato it's really a good place )
Yes, of course, KIK BAR! I was there for a few visits and bought a bottle back in June '05. I also had one of my cousins bring me a few bottles from there when she visited a few years back. Sadly, but of course, this August ("chiuso per ferie!") when I was there they were closed. Any time I'm in Bologna it's on my list of places to visit and enjoy!
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