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Greenore 15 Year Old

(70cl, 43%)

Greenore 15 Year Old

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Greenore 15 Year Old Bottling Note

This is the longest aged Irish single grain ever released. Greenore 15 was a limited edition, with a light, gentle sweetness.

If you're looking for Greenore Irish whiskey, the 8 year old has been rebranded as Kilbeggan 8 Year Old Single Grain.

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Greenore 15 Year Old Reviews

Chris' Review

An interesting nose of light Bourbon oak and caramelised vanilla. It puts one in mind of a Canadian with it’s soft grainy aromas. Pure and subtle yet over time it develops a serious violet note. Moving into herbal territory before some pleasant marzipan and sweet spices arrive.

Soft and light on the palate with hints of tropical banana, violets and herbal nuances. The oak is well integrated, restrained and supporting. The middle opens to display a lovely delicate depth of soft spices, light golden syrup and sugar coated fruits. Lovely length with a distinct Turkish delight finish and the oak bittering out at the death. A lovely gentle journey.

8th July 2010

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