Which Ballentine Scotch has a smoother and nicer taste? Is it the Ballentine blue label or the regular ballentine finest?
Hi Carol, Ballantine Scotch Finest is their entry level scotch and is a blend of many years. In my opinion, any other Ballantine scotch other than finest should have a smoother & better taste. Hope this helps.
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Nose:Perfumy. Very fragrant smokiness.Palate:Soft and light. Silky, oily peaty. A therapeutically medicinal relaxant.Finish:Lemon-honey. Some late sweeetness. Late surge of gentle warmth.Comment:Very gentle, but a precise clarity of flavours. Drink while listening to Vivaldi."
Ballantine`s Finest is the 10th largest spirit brand in the world. Distilled and crafted in Scotland for over a hundred years, the Ballantine`s family includes a brand to suit any consumer - young or old, male or female, casual or connoisseur. The heritage of Ballantine’s Scotch Whisky can be traced back to the year 1827, when farmer’s son George Ballantine set up a small grocery store in Edinburgh. From there he began to supply a select range of whiskies to a distinguished clientele.