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J.J. Corry The Gael - Batch 1

(75cl, 46%)

J.J. Corry The Gael - Batch 1

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J.J. Corry The Gael #1 Bottling Note

The first blended whiskey released by Irish whiskey bonders Chapel Gate. The name J.J. Corry comes from a whiskey bonder back in the 1800s, who was based only a few miles away from Chapel Gate's premises. The Gael was named after a bicycle that J.J. Corry invented! This expression was created as a sort of mission statement, as an example of the whiskey the Chapel Gate team wants to produce when its own spirit comes of age.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fresh hay, honeydew melon and a bright hint of lime.

Palate: Fizzy strawberry laces, cinnamon and green apple.

Finish: Soft oak salinity sits on the finish.

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J.J. Corry The Gael - Batch 1 Reviews

Master of Malt Customer
20th February 2020
A fruit bomb of epic proportions. Pricey but oh so nicey.
This is an absolute peach of a whiskey. First tried it in a bar in County Clare. Storm raging outside but nice and warm inside with a few drams of this to help with said warming. For a blend it's spectacularly good, so much flavour, total bomb in the mouth, with a lovely full and oily feel. The finish just goes on for an eternity which helps with the drams lasting a bit longer as it's not a cheap whiskey but worth every penny. The 2nd batch has another level of complexity as the component malts are older as I understand.

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