Lauder's Queen Mary celebrates Scotland and Glasgow’s proud engineering past. At the time when Archibald Lauder began selling his whiskies in 19th century Glasgow, the city was the engineering capital of the world. Iconic vessels such as the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth were among the estimated 25,000 vessels built on the river Clyde during its heyday.
Nose: Dried Fruits Combining Roasted Coffee Notes With Winter Spices.
Palate: Raisins And Sultanas Combine With A Rich Sherry Oak. Hints Of Butterscotch.
Finish: Velvet Toffee With Hints Of Pear And Sherry Leaving A Long Luxurious Finish.