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Cutty Sark 33yr Art Deco Limited Edition Review

Cutty Sark 33This Cutty Sark 33yr Art Deco Limited Edition was recently released onto the market to continue the exploration of the rich history, heritage and origin of Cutty Sark, with a specific focus on the exciting Art Deco period of the 1920s and early 1930s. Celebrating a time when Cutty Sark found its way into America, flourished within the emerging cocktail culture and changed the pace of Scotch whisky forever.

It's a damn good dram, the price is a bit on the scary side at around £650 a bottle but it is limited to under 1,500 bottles worldwide.

Huge fruity jammy flavours and perfect for this time of the year, and it also has a wee bit of smoke hiding in there too.

Thanks to my good friend Steve (@steveprentice) of Somerset Whisky Blog for sharing the sample.

Tasting Notes & Details


Mixed Fruit jam covered muesli with cereal notes with gentle biscuit notes, with hints of table polish and waxy fruit peel with mixed Christmas mince pie filling with a hint of gentle smoke hiding


Sweet sugar and waxy citrus peel with malty biscuits and hints of crushed digestive with mandarin syrup and squeezed fig juice


Sweet and malty

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Cutty Sark 33yr Art Deco Limited Edition
Age: 33
ABV: 41.70
Distiller: Cutty Sark
Bottler: Cutty Sark
Type: Blend
From: Scotland, No Defined Scottish Region
Posted: 30/11/2014 by Tom

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