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Please forward this error screen to sharedip-1071800229. For a while I was seriously concerned that I might have been the oldest person in the Astoria, so I was relieved to see some genuine greyhairs pushing their way through the crush of mainly late-teenage girls. Now you do know who Lily Allen is don’t you? Well she’s London’s summer pop sensation, according to some a spontaneous hit, like the Arctic Monkeys and Sandy Thom, thanks to Rupert Murdoch’s Myspace. She’s got the voice for it, even though she chooses not to really use it a great deal. Lily Allen, a summer pop sensation?
But she was on Whiskyfun right on June 12! And June 12 isn’t quite summer, is it? Whiskyfun, as they say on Lily’s website. It’s not that often that I come across a really old Pulteney.
Nose: very sherried, obviously, but not as oloroso-esque as expected. Mouth: even less classical now, with a very resinous attack. Nose: it’s all pears, white peaches and green apples at first nosing, with a bizarre milkiness and notes of burning cardboard. Nose: this one starts extremely fresh, mostly on cut green apple plus flints. Pleasantly sharp and clean, with something that reminds me of a good young sauvignon blanc.