Aged: No age statement
Product of: United Kingdom
Named after a London firm of wine and spirit merchants established 1757, Hankey Bannister launched this blend aimed at the gentry in the 1890s. The firm was taken over by Saccone & Speed in 1932, which was in turn was acquired Diageo. Inver House purchased the brand from Diageo in 1988.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 18/08/2013
Clear, golden amber.
Honeyed toffee apple with attractive vanilla, caramel and butterscotch grain whisky notes evident.
Honey, butterscotch, vanilla fudge, sweet corn, caramel and hints of toffee.
Slight burnt malt, light smoky and buttery corn.
Honeyed with vanilla fudge, caramel, butterscotch and toffee with the merest wisp of smoke.