Finely crafted words
Inspired by Robert Burns
Complex, smooth and mellow, Man O’Words flows off the tongue like the poems of Robert Burns. This fresh and free-spirited expression was inspired by Scotland’s National Poet – Exciseman in Annandale in 1788.
Clean and sweet with initial mixed fruit, there’s apple sauce with traces of nectarine and melon. Fruit gives way to creamy vanilla and a florist shop of fresh flowers and green leaves, all held together with an underlying earthy, pine-like note. The finish is green apples, honey and cream with a dry resinous note.
So, as you write your own story, pour yourself a dram of Man o’ Words and let the spirit of Robert Burns inspire you on your journey…