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Old Parr is a 12 year blended whiskey that is as good, if not better than any other blended whiskey on the market. Old Parr is simply one of the best whiskeys that exists today, for a blended whiskey.
Grand Old Parr, or Old Parr simple as it is sometimes known, is a popular blended whiskey that is owned by drinks giant Diageo.
The whiskey is named in honor of Thomas Parr, an Englishman who was known to be the oldest man in Britain. Apparently born in 1483 and died in 1635, so he yas 152 years old when he died. He was known as "Old Parr" and his remains are buried in Westminster Abbey in London. This whiskey first appeared on the market in 1909 and is now distributed to the markets of Central and South America (which is especially popular in Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Venezuela), as well as Japan. It is packaged in a wonderfully retro brown glass bottle, which is a recreation of the original bottle.
Nose: is pleasant and full of fragrance. There are initial aromas of burnt caramel and dried fruit, especially raisin, sultana and candied orange peel. These aromas are followed by some distinct malty cereal and plenty of oaky wood spices (think of cinnamon and nutmeg), plus a hint of dried grass and a whiff of distant peat smoke.
Palate: the whisky is rich and full of impact. It is instantly malty with plenty of sweetness present. This sweetness comes in the form of honey, vanilla, cereals and caramel-like notes, which are backed up by some lovely rich dried fruits (the sultanas and raisins from the nose, plus a hint of fig). With time a powerful note of zesty orange develops, which adds some depth to the taste experience. This is backed up by a good pinch of wood/baking spice (cinnamon and nutmeg again), plus a some peat smoke that has a tobacco-like edge to it, reminsicent of cigar smoke.
Finish: is full of these warming, slightly drying wood spices with some cinnamon bark particularly prominent. The bittersweet orange zesty note is also prominent and deliciously combines with the fading peat smoke. With a dash of water, the whisky becomes soft and creamy in the mouth with some increased vanilla and caramel, while the spices and smoke are knocked back a little.
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