"The first time I tried this was at room temperature, it was like a mouthful of orange sherberts mixed with rum & raisin ice cream followed by a brandy chaser. Not nice. I put the bottle in the fridge, poured a glass the next day and what a difference: warm coffee and spice with a lovely citrus edge. The alcohol is prominent but in a warming way. Long finish. Very viscous in the glass. All in all, something different, and its well worth the money. Chill it first is my advice."
"Pale in colour, looks almost like an aged Pinot. Delightfully tangy marmalade meets rose petal flavour. Very seductive and feminine. Unlike any port I've ever had before. Wine Soc: This is a super find, please can we have some more!"
"One of the best Ports I have come across - only problem now though is it is no longer available and I have one bottle left! ha"
"WOW! sums up my views of this wonderful drink.I found this Tawny by accident whilst looking for a bottle of Port. It is more mellow and rounded than traditional Tawny Port, lighter in colour and does not taste 'spirty'. Perfect as an after dinner drink with chocolate or on its own if you the mood takes your fancy.Went back for more bottles to give as Christmas gifts but alas had sold out. Probably the best £10.50 I have spent at the Wine Society."