It’s a wonderful fruity : slightly nutty taste ,.....smooth as silk , goes down like nothing on earth ....., sixteen years in the making plus one year in the Barrel.
Irish Whiskey at its finest .
Words can’t really do it justice to be honest, sipping it slowly and relishing it does .
With a smile on my face that makes everyone jealous .
it makes my previous favourite of Dalewhinnies Winter Gold taste like VAT69 !!!!
Scottish Whisky for me guys......such as .Scapa, Glenfiddich ..Tamnavulin newby(established 1966 so no really aged stuff) Old Pulteny is my current top favourite at the moment...I tend to move around the Scottish breweries over time to try others as you do
Note in the main the world follows Scotlands spelling of whisky (without the E), even Canada but guess what. USA and Ireland plonked an E in the spelling, (well most of the distillers did} apparently to differentiate thier brew from the originators ...another example of USA striving for individualism and also the Irish influx / influence in the USA.