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Tyrconnell Single Malt Irish Whiskey (700ml)
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- ABV 40%
The Watts distillery dates back to 1762 and had a proud tradition of producing good whiskies. Tyrconnell (named after a successful racehorse owned by the Watt family) was their flagship product and a best seller in the United States before Prohibition. Today, this historic brand has been kept alive by The Cooley Distillery who have received reassuring acclaim for their efforts. The reputation of Tyrconnell continues to grow and amongst other accolades, the malt was the proud winner of a Gold Medal in the Single Malt Category at the 2004 International Wine & Spirits Awards in London.
revelation and a delight'. - Jim Murray.
Tasting note: Gold colour with pale straw hue. The plush nose delivers aromas of creme caramel, ripe malt and spice. Exceptionally soft, round palate entry fans out into flavours of sweet dried fruits, cinnamon and clove. Perfect balance, finishing a little short, followed by a progressively drying aftertaste of vanilla wafer biscuit, caramel and honeycombe. Deliciously uncomplicated stuff. 40% Alc./Vol.
Other reviews... Beautiful golden amber color. Sweet aromas of anise cookie, peppery spice, and cocoa. A round, supple entry leads to a smooth delicately sweet medium-to full-bodied palate with caramel, toasted nuts, and peppery spices. Finishes with a long hay, mineral, and caramel fade.
International Review of Spirits Award: Silver Medal
RATED: 87 points (Highly Recommended) - tasting note sourced from www.tastings.com
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