Powers Gold Label
I love this whiskey. Amazing value.
Powers Gold Label Details
Also from The Midleton Whiskey Distillery Co
Whiskey or Whisky
Interesting fact… Powers Gold Label whiskey spells its name whiskey as it originates in Ireland. Had it been produced in Scotland its name would be Powers Gold Label whisky, instead of whiskey.
Powers Gold Label Bottling Note
This blend was introduced in 1791 by John Power & Sons, originally a pure pot still whiskey, now a triple distilled blend of malt and grain whiskeys.
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The nose is gentle and light with notes of caramel and cereal sweetness, a little honey and a touch of malt. The palate is soft and sublimely silken. There are notes of honey, cedar, malt and cereal grains. The finish is of medium-length with honey and juicy cereals.
solid and reliable
A step up from Bells and Grouse.... but not a fequenter for me.
... But this one fails to impress me in any department.
Nothing is wrong about it, but tere is no wow! anywhere either.
Average, no more, no less.
21st March 2014
great neat and with cold water. .Can buy st Jamesons site for £28
13th December 2013
Yeah, a lot better than Bells etc, but I'd only plump for this if there was nothing better on the pub shelf. Jason Breen
1st November 2013
This is lika an old friend, solid, reliable and consistent. To me this one sits right in the middle flavour-wise of all the irish whiskies, single malts included! It has spice, some citrus but also deep unsweet honey as well as the darker, heavier oaky and tobaccoish tones...in a nutshell: something for everyone. The balance, of course has to be good, and I feel Powers delivers, time after time.
21st August 2013
NOT complex, but who cares? It's delicious. Tastes like the smell of a sweet cedar wood. Like a cigar box that had sweet tobacco in it. Very light and sweet in flavor while managing to have some heaviness in the body, and at least in my mind a heavy mouth feel.
This is in the class of Bushmills and Jameson, and is far superior to both, while being cheaper than Jameson.
9th April 2013