Redbreast Lustau Edition Sherry Finish Single Pot Still & Paddy Blended Irish Whiskey Bundle Buy (2x700ml)


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Redbreast Lustau Edition Sherry Finish Single Pot Still & Paddy Blended Irish Whiskey Bundle Buy (2x700ml)

County Cork, IRELAND
$175.00 Bottle

Get Redbreast Lustau Edition normally $175 PLUS Paddy Blended Irish Whiskey, normally $44.99, together and save! That's essentially a FREE Paddy!

Notes on Redbreast Lustau Edition: Initially matured in traditional bourbon and sherry casks for a period of 9-12 years, this unusual Irish was finished for an additional year in first fill, hand selected sherry butts seasoned with Oloroso sherry sourced from the prestigious Bodegas Lustau in Jerez.

Tasting note: Shimmering bright gold. On the nose, the pot still character gets an added injection of sherried richness: Fruit cake, toasted marshmallow and muted cinnamon follow through on the palate with dense dried fruits augmenting the barley. Excellent balance; plump, but never overly sweet, the distillery character shining through on the finish. 46% Alc./Vol.

Other reviews…A complex pot still of dazzlingly varied texture and intensity - plenty of Demerara sugars and chocolate raisin too.... The barley, though, is always on hand. Faultless sherry casks at work. 95 points - Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2021

Notes on Paddy: Cork distillery was established in 1779. Wary of preserving the reputation and quality of their whiskies, they were amongst the first to bottle their own to avoid middle men diluting casks and taking a bigger share than Angels would. Their flagship whiskey was popularised by Paddy O'Flaherty, a gregarious Irish salesman whose techniques were so successful that the whiskey became known by his name within the trade. Paddy Old Irish whiskey is considered by noted whisky writer, Jim Murray, as "one of the softest of all Ireland's whiskies". Cork distilleries are now in the hands of Pernod Ricard, who thankfully have kept on the traditions of the house with triple distillation, a high proportion of malt and low pot still content followed by a maturation of up to seven years.

"Summons up plenty of snappy grain notes".

Other reviews... This summons up plenty of snappy grain notes, with green apple, melon rind, and zested lemon bumping into dried chili, green tomato, damp hay bales, and a dose of spice. It’s sweeter than a kitten with a ball of wool: lemon bonbons, toffee, vanilla cream, banana chews, zesty mandarin, apple, butterscotch, pepper, and clove. Sour apple pips, burnt sugar and spice, and some residual vanilla creaminess see it out. 84 points-, reviewed by: Jonny McCormick (Summer 2018)

...Nicely made and straightforward, this whiskey doesn't try to be something that it's not and that's why it's so damned drinkable. Ireland's Saturday-afternoon-while-watching-football whiskey. 

Light gold, with a fruity aroma underpinned by a tickle of oak. Most of the flavor is on the lingering finish, which shows pear touched with cinnamon. Although a splash of water opens up the finish to bigger and broader notes, it leaves you wanting more on the aroma and flavor. 86 points -