An interesting whisky. As the name implies, it has been aged in two continents, initially in India, thence elsewhere in Europe (location undisclosed). At near cask strength, it needs a touch of water to overcome a slight alcohol burn, but fills the palate with a rich array of tastes, (star anise, vanilla, brown sugar) and a long and pleasant finish. I didn't enjoy it quite as much as the "Fusion" but, nonetheless a pleasant dram.
Scored on 1st Mar 2012 @ 3:55 PM · Tasted on 29th Feb, 2012 · Comments (0)