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Gooderham & Worts 17 Year Old Little Trinity

(75cl, 45%)

Gooderham & Worts 17 Year Old  Little Trinity

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Gooderham & Worts 17yo Bottling Note

Fans of Gooderham & Worts whisky will know the inaugural whisky was a four-grain blend of wheat, rye, corn, and malt whiskies. For this 17 year old release, it dropped the malt component of the blend to create a three-grain mix, with the base corn spirit aged in new virgin oak barrels, second-fill ex-bourbon barrels, and well-used barrels that had already seen several whiskies previously. The once-distilled rye whisky component, by contrast, was matured solely in ex-bourbon barrels, while the once-distilled wheat whisky was aged in virgin oak.

Fun fact: Little Trinity is named after the church William Gooderham built for his distillery workers.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Lots of orchard fruit and honey lead with salted popcorn and nutmeg in support.

Palate: Lots more oaky spice bursts through the palate alongside maple syrup and vanilla.

Finish: Honeyed and long.

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