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sooner are Our New Year revelries Over, when we get another excuse for boozy excess Burns Night is almost unthinkable Without a fair quantity of alcohol, and is certainly in keeping
j With the spirit of the great man It’s not a time for subtlety on the drinks front - big, beefy Wines are reguued to
accompany the haggis.
Campbell's Bobbie Burns Shiraz 1998 (Australia £8.99/f1999 magnum) Chunky Australian reds are perhaps not ClaSSICaHy matched to Burns' Night
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Year OldtHighland l """““““"' £22.99) Burns' Night is not complete Without a dram or two. This is a limited edition malt that has been aged in specially chosen casks which serve to heighten the sweet Glenmorangie house style. Both on the nose and on the palate there are layers of honey, butterscotch and vanilla, but without being overly moreish. It is, however, dangerously drinkable and has all the ingredients for a memorable night. (Gordon Haggarty)
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