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Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey

(70cl, 42%)

Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey

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Glendalough Double Barrel Bottling Note

Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey is a single grain Irish whiskey, initially matured in American bourbon barrels before enjoying a finishing period of six months in Spanish Oloroso Sherry casks. This comes bottled at 42% ABV, brought down to this strength by Wicklow mountain water. A rather tasty release presented by Glendalough, rich in vanilla, caramel, Christmas spices and dried fruit notes.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: A creamy, malty nose begins with rich vanilla, white chocolate and buttery fudge. Notes of cooking apples, white grapes, marzipan icing and toasted oak form in the backdrop.

Palate: Succulent caramel, salty melted butter and crème anglaise provide a thick, decadent sweetness with a fruity underlay from blackberries and marmalade.

Finish: Polished oak and a hint of wood spice linger.

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Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey Reviews


Smooth. Reminds me of my days in Wicklow.

3rd May 2021


Beginning bourbon flavors not felt so much on the nose cream and vanilla start end is quite long but a sugary final is too long

26th October 2020

A real treat. An unusual whiskey, in my opinion.

I bought this whiskey after visiting the monastery where it is made outside of Dublin. It is wonderful with a taste of violet. A charming whiskey, but not one that you'd like to have a second glass. Full of flavor.

25th September 2020

Not yet ready

It seems unfinished..almost like it needs a few more years in the cask.
The sweetness doesn't make up for the sharp, almost bitter rawness. This is one I'll drink on ice, and then I'll wait a few years and try another bottle.

10th September 2020


Really great buy!

5th August 2020

A very smooth whiskey indeed.

As a single grain whiskey this pretty nice. Smooth, quite tasty but admittedly very sweet. If sweetness is not what you're looking for in a whiskey then I recommend skipping this one. However if sweetness is not a problem, you should definately try this.

4th August 2020

Kind of a let down

Lately I have been on a quest to try every Irish whiskey I can so when we got this at our store for $30 I had to grab a bottle. Upon opening I immediately noticed it was extremely fumey and alcoholic smelling with no discernable nose so I let it sit in the glass for about 15 minutes to breathe and it was still very fumey. Upon tasting I was surprised by how harsh this was really sharp and prickly on the palate. There are some nice vanilla custard notes in there but the spirit itself is so rough all you taste is alcohol.This is almost reminiscent of a few american ryes I've had but as an Irish whiskey I would expect something smoother and tastier. I have to say I am not a fan of this one, kind of a let down. The Sugarbear

10th July 2020

Nope, won't be getting this again

Not for me this one, flavours are decent but it's very sharp.
Was looking forward to it after the reviews but was left disappointed if I'm being honest.

9th July 2020

Not for me

I like the strong/lasting aftertaste, yet same double casked Bushmills Black Bush wins by a margin. Subjectively for me.

10th May 2020

buttery sweet

gorgeous whiskey - custard-y, caramel-y... lovely

5th April 2020

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