$178.99 price per bottle Expert Advice
The Sherry Oak is lighter in color and the overall taste experience than the Fine Oak, though it is considerably spicier and in one word I would call it a "sprighty" scotch. The Fine Oak is darker, warmer and, in general, a more refined scotch. As one tweet from the tasting note project alluded to, you can taste the difference of three years. Yet that is not completely fair because, yes you can taste the age but it is also the American oak that you are tasting in the Fine Oak. If these are the mid range of each of these lines I can only imagine and hope to get a taste of the older expressions because remarkable "young" scotch has to be astounding with 15 odd years added to it.
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