LAWS Hangover Cure
Distilled 1917 Bottled 1931 Albert B. Blanton Distillery, #2 KY
Bottled by Joseph S. Finch & Co, Schenley PA
Nose: Maple syrup, some rye spice Palate: Sweet with caramel candy, a bit of a plastic note, then rye spice Finish: Mostly rye
Nice and sweet, the only off note is the slight plastic note at mid-palate, without that, this would be in A- territory.
p: smooth with a tart finish.
N: Sharper than the Silver Wedding. Old lady's perfume. Little Charbay like quality (slight hoppy character). Light and sweet.
P: Really hot, bitter - the hops become sort of concentrated. Less sweet than the nose. Eh, turned off.
F: Hot, flat and not exciting.
This just never really goes anywhere for me. One dimensional. It seems way too hot for it's abv. Water just flattens the character even more.
N: Wood with a hint of rancio, some apricot. But ethery and some mildew.
P: Very big, lots of marshmallow and coconut, again a bit musty.
F: Lots of wood spice.
Perhaps if this sat a while the mustiness would subside.