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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.

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

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.

20th February 2020

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