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Kilbeggan Finest Blended Irish Whiskey (700ml)
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- ABV 40%
Kilbeggan is Gaelic for 'little church'. This whiskey first appeared as a John Locke's brand over 100 years ago and was sold successfully until Locke's distillery ceased production in the 1950's. Cooley Distillery relaunched the Kilbeggan brand in 1994 and since then it has had continued success in the market place. Distilled from malted Irish barley and maize and gently matured for several years in oak casks, Noel Sweeney, Cooley Master Blender describes Kilbeggan as 'The cornerstone of Cooley Distillery...a robust blend offering sweet maltiness in the taste and flavour.'
'A highly delicious and dangerously more-ish whiskey'
Jim Murray, author of Classic Irish Whiskey.
Tasting note: Pale gold with a pale straw hue. Dried grass aroma. Some grape-like fruit scents, then vanilla and wafer biscuit. The palate offers vanilla, cream, wafer biscuit and spice. Clean, medium bodied, with a gentle tingle, the palate fades fast then re-emerges with a subtle, lingering aftertaste of spice, mint and honeycombe. Not bad at all for this mid-priced Irish. 40% Alc./Vol.
Other reviews... Pale greenish straw color. Sweet caramel taffy, vanilla, and toasty wood aromas. A soft silky entry leads to a dryish medium-bodied palate with sweet golden raisin, caramel, and peppery spice flavors. Finishes with a nice creamy vanilla and toasty wood fade.
International Review of Spirits Award: Silver Medal
RATED: 85 points (Highly Recommended) - www.tastings.com
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