A fresh and spicy nose with fruit, barley and toasted wood notes. Full and spicy flavor with cloves, sweet green apples and oak. Lingering spices on the finish.
Paddy Whiskey is distilled three times from the finest quality barley and water. This ensures a whiskey, which is particularly light, well balanced and pure. Its relatively low pot-still content and uniquely high proportion of malt whiskey, ensures Paddy is 'One of the softest of all Ireland's whiskeys' Jim Murray, International Whiskey Connoisseur.
Jameson Irish Whiskey is triple-distilled in large copper pot stills making it smoother than other whiskeys. It is crafted with the finest spring water from Ireland with a combination of malted and unmalted barleys. Full-bodied, pot-still character Irish whiskey, gently matured in sherry and bourbon barrels, sweetly mellowed by age. Round and smooth with toasted wood notes. Tastes great on the rocks, straight or with cola or ginger ale.
Powers Gold Label is one of the great Irish Whiskeys, representing the best of Irish quality, tradition and character. Powers was the first whiskey distiller to practice the art of bottling their own whiskey. This was to ensure consistent quality up to that time whiskey was sold in cask to Whiskey Bonders. Aroma: Strong, honey-sweetness, pepper. Taste: Spicy, honey. Finish: Long, sweet, spicy.Taste: Spicy, honeyFinish: Long, sweet, spicy
Bushmills Malt 21 Year Old is an extremely rare single malt Irish whiskey. Only a very limited number of bottles are available each year. It is matured in three different types of casks. The whiskey is first aged in American bourbon barrels and Spanish Oloroso sherry casks for 19 years and upwards. The malt whiskey is then vatted and married for another 2 years in Madeira drums.
Embodying the centuries-old traditions of distilling at Bushmills, this is one of the very few Irish malt whiskeys available. Each drop of Bushmills Malt 10 year old is carefully distilled three times and is made from 100% malted barley.
Double distilled instead of triple distilled like most Irish whiskeys, the spirit stands out in a mixed drink! Aged 4 years in bourbon barrels and very versatile. Caramel, vanilla, citrus undertones with a hint of smokiness and smoothness.
Limited release. The initial aroma of freshly mown Hay is complimented by a crisp Orchard Fruit character, Green Apples and Pears along with a twist of Lime Zest. Mild Pot Still Spices appear, deepening from Green Tea to Hazel Nut and Milk Chocolate. The lingering Hop influence combines effortlessly with Toasted Oak and Barley Grains to form a solid base. As expected, there is the initial sweet mouth coating typical of the Irish Pot Still Whiskey inclusion. Then the effect of the Beer Cask finish becomes apparent with the subtle touch of Hops and Cocoa Beans. Some Marzipan and Charred Oak add to the complexity. Long and sweet finish with Milk Chocolate and Butterscotch.
Redbreast 15 is distinct from Redbreast 12 in that it is bottled at a strength of 46% (instead of 40%) and is not chill filtered. Redbreast is a special unblended whiskey distilled from malted and unmalted barley in traditional copper pot stills. In its distinctly shaped bottle, Redbreast is unique among premium whiskeys as the only traditional Irish single pot still whiskey on sale today. Nose has sherry notes, taste is spicy and fruity all the way through and the finish is satisfying and long.
Unique among Whiskeys, Redbreast is a 'single', unblended, Pure Pot Still Irish Whiskey which has been Triple Distilled and Matured in oak casks for no less than twelve years. The uncompromising dedication to authenticity and quality gives Redbreast a traditional smooth mellow character and a taste which is full flavored and assertive but not over robust.
Spice, with hints of caramel, black pepper, cinnamon and peaches. A little vanilla too, with a hint of green apple. Pot Still Spice, malt, dark chocolate, bourbon oak, and crème caramel. Never-ending finish with oak and butterscotch.
The Nose: Soft, floral, and fruity nose. Light molasses and creamy grain balance well with red delicious apples and tart lemon icing on lemon-vanilla cake. Just a touch spirit-y, not off-putting though, it comes across as a subtle hint of candied licorice beneath the stronger notes. The Palate: Wonderful, honeyed, slightly syrupy entry with apples and crisp, toasted rye bread-like grain which brings a subtle spiciness while juicy citrus notes bring a nice mouthwatering acidity. Towards the end, there are faint cocoa nib hints that add a mild earthiness. The Finish: Medium-ish, the spicy dies off pretty quickly, the cocoa, honey and citrus lingers a bit longer.