Blended Irish Whiskey - 2013
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Interesting fact… Kilbeggan whiskey spells its name whiskey as it originates in Ireland. Had it been produced in Scotland its name would be Kilbeggan whisky, instead of whiskey.
The nose is smooth and gentle with nut oils, hazelnut and barley, cereal sweetness and a little peat. The palate is of good body with honeyed sweetness and malt. The finish is short with oaked dryness.
I only drink Irish whiskey. That being said there is not much of a selection here in Portland. This might be the worst Irish whiskey I have ever tried. Leaves you with a bit of a hang over if not careful, which is unlike most Irish whiskey.I like Powers, Michael Collins, Jameson, but my favorite is Tyrconnell.
25th February 2014
Tried a bottle bought at a duty-free shop. For the price, it is a good bargain: smooth just like traditional Irish, notes of sugar, grapes and nuts with a little pepper/spice. Would not mind buying this again.
8th December 2013
A good all rounder especially when my local liquor store sells it for $16.99.
22nd August 2013
forgot to rate
15th August 2013
MoM review spot on, but add nuts and caramel to palate. Incredible value for money.
could not agree more with above review more, very very drinkable terrific value for money.
1st May 2013
good blended whisky,lots of interesting tastes with a good smooth finish.
24th March 2013
jim murray is right on this one...the man is right on many things and, well, wrong on others...this isn't one of them.
12th June 2012