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“Tasting Notes: Bright and delicate aromas of breakfast cereal, sweet cream, orange peel, and apricot.
The palate has a nip of lozenge sweeties, more apples, peppermint, vanilla, and a slow slide into chocolate, lemon pith, and cocoa. A sniff today might reveal molten honey, flapjacks, dry grist, and a fresh apple Danish (apple, custard, and pastry). It’s a blend of fine quality, and Kinahan’s revival adds to the resurgence of Dublin’s whiskey story.” “This golden whisky offers a fresh, grassy scent.The taste is thick and fruity with a good buildup of spicy dark pepper and allspice notes, balanced by orange pekoe tea, cherry cobbler, and touches of malt and nuts.A few drops of water opens up more fruity notes and boosts the spices as well.The palate has a nip of lozenge sweeties, more apples, peppermint, vanilla, and a slow slide into chocolate, lemon pith, and cocoa. Matured in former Bourbon barrels for at least 10 years, it’s soft yet smoky on the palate, though not overwhelmingly so.The smoke leaves plenty of room to enjoy the breezy tropical fruit, almond and ginger notes, finishing with a mellow honeysuckle accent.” “This golden whisky offers a fresh, grassy scent.Finishes medium long, piquant, peppery, and with a late blooming spirit ‘kick’ that’s a pleasing way to end.
Really delightful…” “Flax/pale gold color; flawless clarity.
I like the opening fragrances of crisp red apple, toasted marshmallow, baked pear, cinnamon bun, vanilla bean – I mean, there’s a lot happening here aromatically that’s both spicy and fruity and terribly charming; further aeration releases minor scents of pipe tobacco and sea salt but the primary thrust remains the spiced orchard fruits.
Entry is crisp, acidic, but refreshing, intensely spiced, toffee-like and flat-out zesty, which is not a common descriptor for Irish whiskey; midpalate highlights the vanilla and cinnamon bun aspects, as the apple/pear elements wanes.
The taste is oily and thick with notes of dark chocolate, chocolate mint, a touch of apple cobbler, lemon zest, vanilla, and a soft oakiness.
The finish is malty, slightly tart with a hint of lemon and touches of vanilla and oak.
Sweet and floral in the taste with oak, vanilla and a hint of chocolate. Sweet and floral in the taste with oak, vanilla and a hint of chocolate. Entry is measured, grainy sweet, almost more semi-sweet, beany (cocoa), and caramel-like; midpalate expands on the entry themes as the flavor profile turns drier, nutty, biscuit, cookie batter-like; of special note in the midpalate is the satiny texture. Mildly fruity and a bit reminiscent of bread pudding, the opening aroma here is much grainier than the blend version, which is all fruit and spice; more air contact unleashes an alluring wave of malted milk, barely malt, oaky vanillin, vegetable oil, bacon fat.