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J.J. Corry The Flintlock

(50cl, 46%)

J.J. Corry The Flintlock
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J.J. Corry The Flintlock Bottling Note

A single malt Irish whiskey from Chapel Gate whiskey bonders, all of which was drawn from a trio of bourbon casks that were allowed to rest for 16 years before being cracked open. The name comes from an antique flintlock pistol discovered by the Chapel Gate team when refurbishing their warehouse!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Nectarine and peach, with lasting hazelnut and chocolate richness.

Palate: Cedar and sandalwood arrive on the palate, still supported by juicy stone fruit notes.

Finish: Honeyed barley and oily walnut.

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J.J. Corry The Flintlock Reviews

Top Notch

A brilliant follow up to their original blend. These guys are not afraid to go hard on the blend and to show what can be done with Sourced whiskey. Love their general transparency too. This is a fantastic Irish Single Malt expression.

17th February 2019

Excellent Irish Single Malt

I can't speak highly enough of this expression. The MOM tasting notes are actually spot-on. Really, it's a must try if you're at all interested in Irish Single Malt.

13th February 2019

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