What's in a name? Connemara Turf Mor (Peated) whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in Ireland. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Connemara Turf Mor (Peated) whisky, rather than whiskey.
TCP, heather and phenols reek off the surface of this peat-bomb! Followed by brine, vanilla and dry hay on the palate. The finish is long - way beyond that of a whisky of this age. Phenomenal stuff!
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
The Peatiest expression of an Irish Peated Single Malt ever bottled. This super premium whiskey is bottled at Cask strength with no chill filtration, providing consumers seeking heavily Peated Single Malts a new taste opportunity.
23rd August 2013
So you better remove it as well??
22nd August 2013
The best so far from Connemara. I am truly impressed. With a bit of luck this will not be a limited edn for long but find its place in the Connemara family for good, I wish anyway...
21st April 2013
Full on irish peat. As good as it gets. Respect!