Takes its unique character from the small selection of traditional pot still whiskeys matured in new oak which is used in the blend.
A wonderfully soft and smooth nose showing some maturity. Big and aromatic, the honey coated barley and grains mingle with t... [more details]
Tasted: June 2008
Quite a deep nose of orangey fruit, marzipan, baked apples, spice and vanilla. Very big for an Irish with loads of buttery oak. On the palate it is quiet full and soft, intense and spicy with orange, marzipan and vanilla. It has an intriguin... [more details]
Tasted: June 2014
A beautifully intense nose of spicy, pot still aromas. Completely unique odour buzzy spice, grainy coffee’d tannins and edgy honey coated apricot. Hints of marzipan and soft, sweet-ish vanilla appear but given time the aromas be... [more details]
Tasted: Nov 2010
An elegant and high toned nose of floral spirit. I’ll be a bit picky and say that there’s a brief soapy note but it soon disappears under the American and European sherry oak. Lovely layering of fruit, dark chocolate, crumbly spices, grilled ... [more details]
Is a blend of two potstill whiskies and a single grain is matured in Oloroso sherry casks and finished in bourbon wood for 6 months.
Btl No: 319736 JJ 18-8
Tasted: Mar 2013
Now those aromas have definitely got some age to them! Big, spicy grains mingle wi... [more details]