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Released for Taylor's 325th anniversary in 2017, this limited-edition release is a blend of tawny ports with an average age of 15 years. Presented in the shape of a bottle from 1692 – the oldest-known example of a sealed Taylor's bottle found to date, this is rich and dense with notes of butterscotch, red berries and jam.
Country of Origin:
Fortified Wine (Port)
Deep chestnut brown core encircled by a narrow brick rim.
A rich figgy nose with a background of toffee and mocha, notes of plum and apricot, spicy hints of black pepper, nutmeg and fleeting scents of jasmine, all come together in a heady complex harmony.
Dense and luscious, with a wonderful velvety smoothness. The mellow flavours of butterscotch and molasses merge with rich jammy red berry flavours, a perfect blend of youth and maturity.