Regent's Park Cask Ref. 420
Single Cask Release
No. of Bottles 284
This single cask release drawn from an ex-bourbon cask celebrates Regent’s Park station.
Named after the Prince Regent who later became King George IV, Regent’s Park station was opened in 1906. Unlike most of the stations on the Bakerloo line, Regent’s Park has no surface buildings and is only accessible via a subway. The station serves the London Zoological Gardens – the world’s oldest scientific zoo which opened in 1828 and was then opened to the wider public in 1847.
NOSE: Creamy toffee together with walnut oil and golden malts. Vibrant stone fruits and a zing of citrus sits with desiccated coconut
PALATE: Pineapple, mango and peach sits with gingerbread, vanilla crème patisserie and dusty cinnamon spices
FINISH: Persistent spices fruits and integrated spice
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SKU: Regent's Park Cask Ref.420
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