What's in a name? Tyrconnell 14 Year Old Single Cask whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in Ireland. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Tyrconnell 14 Year Old Single Cask whisky, rather than whiskey.
The nose is full of barley malt and dry hay, an underripe fruit note with tropical fruits and cereal sweetness. The palate is sweet and fruity with notes of beeswax and honey as well as a solid almond note. The finish is soft and subdued.