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Connemara Peated

(70cl, 40.0%)
Connemara Peated

Awards for Connemara Peated

Gold
Gold

Irish Single Malt No Age Statement - 2014

World Whiskies Awards

Gold
Gold

Irish Single Malt – Premium - 2014

The Irish Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)

Silver Outstanding
Silver Outstanding

Irish Whisky - Single Malt - 2014

International Wine & Spirit Competition

Gold
Gold

Irish Whisky - Single Malt - 2013

International Wine & Spirit Competition

Gold
Gold

Single Malt Irish Whiskey - 2013

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Connemara Peated Details

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(Cooley)

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Connemara Peated Bottling Note

Connemara produce a peated Irish single malt, named for the area in Ireland.
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Well-smoked and peated, heather freshness and floral notes with a honeyed sweetness and a little wood.

Palate: Full and smooth with notes of malt and peat, honeyed smoke and barley sweetness.

Finish: Long and pungent with honey and peat smoke.

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    User Reviews of the Connemara Peated

    High Points for me

    I not a single malt snob that can pick out each flavor but love SMW. This my first bottle at its a solid SM whiskey with good taste all the way through. I enjoyed it and would recommend it as an honest good tasting product.

    4th December 2014

    Yes

    An interesting variation on the theme. So many whiskeys so little...you know the rest

    28th November 2014

    Like home

    My favourite whiskey, lovely peaty taste, like sipping whiskey in front of a turf fire. For those who like whiskey rather than scotch.

    15th October 2014

    It is not scotch!

    And you have to understand that, all you peat snobs! The style is different, the taste is different, not beter, not worse, just different.

    10th October 2014

    Leave the peated whiskey to the scots

    having tried numerous variations of smoky Scottish whisky I decided to give this Irish peated whiskey a go. The result that I'm very disappointed I should have had a sample before buying a full bottle.

    25th September 2014

    A really good one

    I must say that I like this whiskey. It is always the same tasting a new bottle after a while it's decided and Connemara has simply passed.

    8th September 2014

    Not bad.... attractive bottle and name

    It starts with a flavor that reminds me of olives. And it does finish on the bitter side, which I find can be remedied with a dilution. Not much in the way of nosing.... seems to have a relatively weak aroma. But still enjoyable to drink, as long as you're not expecting liquid gold!

    31st August 2014

    Petade Connemara

    I hear the Angels singing! Best drink I ever had.

    23rd August 2014

    Quite wondreful

    My son gave me this for Father's Day and together we have enjoyed the silky smoothness of this Whiskey. We couldn't find anything to complain about. If you are looking for something special we would highly recommend you try this. One review likened it to the taste of coal! If coal taste like that I will buy a sack immediately!!

    22nd July 2014

    Chemical-ey

    If you've ever unthinkingly licked your fingers or eaten with your hands after handling coal you'll know the taste. I picked a bottle up from the local Asda last year and it was like sucking the bogwater out of a damp sod of turf. Due to its excellent reviews elsewhere and many gold medals, I'm going to have to assume that either the bottle I had was corked (if whiskey can cork?) due to Asda storing it on its side for so long, or else I must have had a bad batch. Long-story-short; extremely chemical-ey, tasted like coal, wouldn't buy again unless it turned out that my bottle was corked and therefore unrepresentative of the drink as a whole.

    3rd July 2014

    Jcooleysr

    Lovethearomsand the smoothly

    3rd June 2014

    not for me

    One of the worst single malts I have tried....and I have tried more than a dozen in the last two years. Starts out fine, then winds up like Johnny Walker, that is, like diesel fuel....strong diesel fuel. I can't even think of anyone to whom I could give this stuff.

    13th May 2014

    richard of Maine

    Good first nose and taste, then disaster. Very bitter ending. Too bad. Worst whiskey I ever tasted ? But too damn close to try it again. Just not very good at all.

    13th May 2014

    WTH

    I can't even GIVE this bottle away :-(

    8th May 2014

    Worst whiskey I've ever tasted

    When I first uncorked the bottle, the aroma of campfire assaulted my olfactory senses. I decided to give it a tray anyway. I didn't get any sense of honey sweetness when it hit my tongue. If you know what turpentine smells like, well that's the leftover flavor that was left swirling around on my taste buds. I even tried a shot of it mixed with Irish cream just to see if I could palate the $64 worth of smoke water. Nothing doing..I could not choke it down that way, either. You know what this really reminds me of? Imagine soaking smoked herring in water over night and then drinking the water. It's that bad. I purchased a bottle of this from Marketview Liquor in Henrietta, NY on 5/7/2014. I'd love my money back and would be willing to try one of your other products, but this peated whiskey is just plain raunchy.

    8th May 2014

    Top drop

    This stuff is a bit special.

    8th April 2014

    Nogood boyo

    A lightly peated Irish, very pleasing, mild and refreshing, a good introduction to this style of whiskey.

    27th March 2014

    batman

    not a bad whiskey i see so many people complaining about this whisky compairing it to islay scotch whisky plz no more. its noting trying to be a islay whisky its irish whiskey. back to the whiskey i find it very refreshing fresh cut grass on a summers day taste very smokey peat is very strong but overall not bad

    29th January 2014

    More like a clash than a symphony

    Interesting nose with more floral sweetness than I've ever found in any Scottish peated malt. It is there on the palate as well, at first, but then it finishes with a clash between peated smoke and an intrudingly smooth barley sweetness that leaves the impression of hay where pigeons have been roosting in. I don't personally dislike it altogether but objectively it's not very good.

    29th January 2014

    Nah...

    For me this was overpriced. It's priced like an Islay, (in my town anyways) but doesn't bring much to the table against them. I get a Tyrconnell maltyness to it, and the peat of course, but the two for some reason just don't go together. And to be totally honest, by the bottom of the glass I started getting a rather odd taste to it. I prefer an Islay over anything else, and I do like a lot of the Irish Whiskeys, so I'm not an Irish Whiskey hater, but this is not something I'll purchase again.

    4th January 2014

    Kevin from tyrone

    First class

    25th December 2013

    Very drinkable whisky - luv it

    If we had known how good this whisky was, we would have purchased more on our travels overseas, now we have to order it from Australia.

    11th November 2013

    @ "Has this whisky got a valid name" ?? !! ??

    Woooow there! You seem to have left quite a few of these Mike!!! Sorry your reviews weren't approved sooner (they do have to be approved by the way) but you're beginning to make us feel a bit like Kevin! It's scary... http://youtu.be/tBte2Ggpt9A - The Chaps at Master of Malt

    29th August 2013

    Bland

    Nothing of note. It was fine scotch but it did not leave an impression...which was slightly disappointing. Good for mid shelf bar scotch.

    23rd August 2013

    Great Peat Whisky from Connemara!

    Top Notch. Best value for money, ever!

    23rd August 2013

    "Has this whisky got a valid name" ?? !! ??

    This kind of review you allow?? But my sincere reviews of all the Connemara's you delete. Jeez what an unprofessional "business" you are running. /mike-stockholm-sweden

    22nd August 2013

    This is the stuff!

    A fantastic great value for money whiskey from Cooley. Taste is lovely peaty and the typical Connemara flavour is present. This whiskey is on my Top 10 best peat single malt list. If you are a "peat head" you will not regret buying this bottle! /mike-stockholm-sweden

    22nd August 2013

    Has this whisky got a valid name

    I am not sure how this product can use the Connemara name, it is not produced there, I bought my first and only bottle because I assumed that it was distilled in Connemara, it is not. I will not purchase any more

    8th August 2013

    Disappointing Irish effort at a peated single malt

    As an Irishman I was not impressed by Connemara's peated attempt. It was not 'Irish' in flavour at all; it was like Scotland's jealous Irish cousin wanting to join in the peat game. It was a no-man's-land to my palate; the nose was overwhelmingly burning turf with a pungent astringent thrown on to stoke the flames, the taste was bogwater and very little to counteract it (some floral and medicinal notes came through after chewing) and the long finish was burnt turf again. I detected no complexity, no mature range of flavours. Really wanted to like this one, but unfortunately not for me. I'll buy my peated whiskies from Scotland. Ireland should stick to what they do best - Irish whiskey.

    6th August 2013

    Great Stuff From Cooley!

    Mild irish turf, just as you would expect. Not as severe as the Cask Strength or the Turf Mor, but still very good.

    29th May 2013

    simon

    Was looking to try an irish single malt, being very drawn to the scottish islays I was very impressed with this little gem of a single malt.

    15th March 2013

    The proper stuff

    Well peated and smokey keep the bottles rolling in.

    21st January 2013

    Not bad

    Floral and musty with a moderate peat to it. Pinecones and dusty warehouses with cereals and a slight iodine/rubbery note on the finish. Light wood/grass notes as well. Mouthfeel is unfortunately watery at only 40%. I don't find that it's terribly comparable to any Scotch malt, although there is a slight resemblance to Bowmore.

    3rd December 2012

    More Campbeltown than Islay

    This is a very well made whisky, MoM tasting notes a spot on, I found that this whisky has more in common with Longrow than any of the Islay malts, If you like peated whisky this may be a new favourite, personaly I think the texture could be better and so could the finish, but there is no getting away from the fact that this is a good whisky over all, I would suggest that you should buy a bottle of the single cask Connemara if you can get it, it's non chill-filltered and irons out all the rough parts that are in the "standard" Connemara.

    2nd January 2012

    That's the stuff!

    Mmmmmmmmmmmm. Connemara. Irish peat Perfection.

    5th December 2010

    Great value for money

    Really comparable to the Benriach Curiositas or Benromach Peated. To me it should be a bit more oily in the palate. Still a respected bottling.

    16th February 2010

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