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Win a bottle of Compass Box Great King St.

Win a bottle of Compass Box Great King St.

Compass Box Great King St. - Twitter Competition
93 Points - The Whisky Bible 2013
Win a bottle of the wonderful Compass Box, Great King St. How to win? It couldn’t be easier to enter…all you have to do is follow @abbeywhisky on twitter and re-tweet the competition message. Competition Message RT & follow @abbeywhisky to #win @CompassBox Great King St #blended #scotch #whisky, awarded 93 points #whiskybible2013 #abbeywhisky Competition closes at midnight GMT on Friday 19th October 2012. The lucky winner will be chosen at random and revealed on Monday 22nd October 2012.

That’s all! Happy Tweeting…
Compass Box Great King St.
Recently Awarded 93 Points - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2013
93 Points - The Whisky Bible 2013
Here's what Jim Murray thought of this wonderful blended Scotch whisky. Great King Street Artist’s Blend - 93 Points Nose 24: Now there’s a way to start the day. Stunningly enticing with every nuance of the delicate young barley laid bare. A light coating of bourbon oakiness is enhanced by the scrumptious cinnamon apple pie Taste 23: Even as a hardened pro, I find it is difficult to spit this one. The delivery is firm, juicy and compelling; few blends these days are half so salivating! The grains try not to hide and weigh in with some lovely cocoa and bourbon stratum, allowing the barley to spread the grassy freshness gospel; good weight throughout. Finish 22.5: Just a slight fault here: a little milkiness from a tired bourbon cask, a distant echo on delivery now makes itself heard, but has the good grace to remain in the background as the spices and late Demarara and liquorice notes hold court. Overall balance and complexity 23.5: The nose of this uncoloured and non-chill filtered whisky is not dissimilar to some better known blends before they have colouring added to do its worst. A beautiful young thing this blend: nubile, naked and dangerously come hither. Compass Box’s founder John Glaser has done some memorable work in recent years, though one has always had the feeling that he has still been learning his trade, sometimes forcing the issue a bit too enthusiastically. Here, there is absolutely no doubt that he has come of age as a blender. 43% nc ncf
The boring stuff! 1. Rules to participate All you need to do to enter is to re-tweet the competition message & follow @abbeywhisky on Twitter. No purchase of any goods or services is necessary to be eligible for entry into this competition. Entries submitted after the closing date will not be counted. The decision of the promoter (Abbey Whisky Limited) is final. No correspondence will be entered into. 2. Restrictions By entering this competition, you confirm that you are at least 18 years of age, and that you meet the minimum legal age for purchasing alcoholic beverages in your country of residence.

3. Prize The winner will receive the stated prize as listed in the daily competition message. The winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries. The prize is as stated and non transferable. No alternative to the prize will be given. If due to circumstances beyond our control, Abbey Whisky Limited reserves the right to award a substitute prize of equal value. All prizes are subject to the terms and conditions of the supplier. 4. Results The winner will be contacted directly via Twitter and also their Twitter inbox. If proof of age is requested by the promoter (Abbey Whisky Limited) and satisfactory proof of age is not provided by the winner, the promoter (Abbey Whisky Limited) reserves the right to withdraw the prize.
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