Insider knowledge: Connemara Peated Cask Strength whiskey is named whiskey by virtue of the fact it's from Ireland. If distilled in Scotland the spelling would be Connemara Peated Cask Strength whisky, as opposed to whiskey.
Nose: Subtle and soft, quite farmyardy, with nutty notes, blossom and peat.
Palate: Full, punchy and sweet with vanilla spice, smoke, cereals and peat.
Finish: Long, powerful and hot.
...and I mean that in the best possible way.
14th April 2011
A taste sensation if you like peaty whiskey! Not what you'd expect from a irish whiskey.
6th August 2012
Yet another great whiskey from Cooley. This one is almost as good as the Turf Mor. Here we have irish peat at its best. You wont regret buying this one.
29th May 2013
Intense turf flavour from Cooley. Connemara enjoyed @ cask strenght, could it get any better one might ask? And the answer is simply, No! For all you who enjoy Islay whisky this one you must buy straigh away.
I promise you wont be disappointed.
Bar the Turf Mor this is the best whisky I have ever tasted from Ireland.
22nd August 2013