This month's whisky, Clyde Mays Alabama style whisky, is reviewed by Members Rob and Rick below. Thank you both for your time in being our latest reviewers.
Rob: A thin golden-brown with a suggestion of orange. Takes on a transparent air of amber.
Rick: Tinted orange.
Rob: A sharp cinnamon with a trace of sawdust.
Rick: light caramel aroma.
Rob: A combination of orange, cinnamon and licorice.
Rick: A sweet yet sharp finish with hints of summer fruits and cinnamon.
Rob: Creates a smooth balance whilst retaining the lingering spice.
Rick: Enhances the flavour of the whisky leaving sweet aftertones.
Rob: A short finish. A good whisky for a winters evening.
Rick: A short finish. Suitable for someone looking to try something new.
From the distiller:
Clyde May defines ‘True Grit.’ Born to a single mother shortly before the Great Depression, Clyde was raised in a time and place that required a dose of resilience and character — traits that would become a hallmark of the man and his whiskey.
85 Proof. "The Original" is aged 6 to 7 years in oak barrels and finished with a hint of apple. Great over ice but a solid choice for mixing a cocktail.
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