William Lawson's 1L1L Volume
William Lawson's 1L
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This Scottish Whisky bears the same name as its producer William Lawson. The winery is located in Coatbridge (Scotland). Lawson worked as a Whisky dealer in the city of Dundee and developed his special product in 1849. Exports grew and in 1967 the company invested in a new production plant in the city where it is located today. This location gave Lawson the opportunity to link his business to Martini & Rossi and in 1972 they bought the MacDuff Distillery. Today, production reaches about 20 million bottles annually.
The Whisky William Lawsons has an irretrievable tone because for its creation his creator has done things differently: He used Scottish malt, but not the peat or smoke that was traditionally used. Even today, unlike everyone else, the team ferments the malt for a short time and distils it quickly. It is then mixed with strong malts and grain whiskies for a strong and full-bodied taste.
This liqueur has a striking light amber colour, aromas of creamy barley malt, some cocoa butter, dried husks and oak. On the palate, it tastes of raisins, notes of walnut bread, Jamaican pepper and toasted oak. In the end, roasted malt cereals are perceived with notes of pepper. It is perfect to enjoy it alone or on ice. This Whisky is a tribute to those who do things their own way and avoid the conventional... In William's words: "You will be remembered for the rules you break".
Description of William Lawson's 1L
William Lawson's 1L
TASTING NOTES of William Lawson's 1L :
- Color: it has a very pale golden colour.
- Smell: Nose slightly spicy, malty with a touch of cocoa butter and oak.
- Taste: In the mouth, we find the notes date, grape, walnut bread, pepper and toasted oak Jamaica. The finish is malty. Tostee and peppermint. This is a creamy blend and round.
PRODUCER: William Lawson's Distillery
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Aged 3 years in sherry casks
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An immigrant from Scotland, William Lawson began his whisky career blending, bottling, and exporting spirits in Dublin, Ireland. He created his first blend of malt and grain whiskies in 1849. Nearly two centuries later, his name lives on. William Lawson’s Distillery now exports large amounts of whisky to Russia, France, Spain, Portugal, and Mexico. Those are currently its biggest markets, even though it exports to other countries as well.More about the Winery