Kilbeggan is named after St Bécán, one of the Twelve Apostles of Ireland who founded a monastery in the area in the 6th century. Smooth and malty.
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The nose is smooth and gentle with nut oils, hazelnut and barley, cereal sweetness and a little peat. The palate is of good body with honeyed sweetness and malt. The finish is short with oaked dryness.
Not a good one
Better than Jameson
I was turned on to this by a tour guide in Ireland 6 years ago and it has been my go to whiskey ever since, I was settling for Jameson before that, but this not only made me reconsider my choice, but also led me to explore other lesser known entry level Irish Whiskeys, glad I did because there are many other great ones that aren't as well known as Jameson such as Powers, Tyrconnell, and Teeling, this is stil my favorite though
26th June 2015
My grand children bought me a bottle for Christmas, which I opened and poured a sizable glass there and then. I thought it a little harsh at the time so I put the lid back on and continued the day with my bottle of Scotch. However, after a month or so when the Scotch had run out I took a dram of the Kilbeggan. A different feel about it altogether. Smooth and full in the mouth. Had some of the harshness evaporated into the airspace at the top of the bottle?? Who knows, but its a lovely drop now.
14th February 2015
Impressed. Loved it. Was given a little bottle and will be getting a big one. Tons of character if enjoyed in a good glass. This is now my favourite blend.
26th January 2015
I like Irish whiskey for its smoothness. This whiskey is harsher than some moonshines I have drank straight from the still. It's $30+ a bottle in my neck of the woods. A dodgy dram for the price.
2nd November 2014
Rev. Philip Gummett
Excellent. This is my first taste of your whiskey. I think it is grand. Diolch yn fawr, as they sat here in Wales.
26th October 2014
за 909р неплохой в ценовой категории виски, даже лучших некоторых.
2nd May 2014
I only drink Irish whiskey. That being said there is not much of a selection here in Portland. This might be the worst Irish whiskey I have ever tried. Leaves you with a bit of a hang over if not careful, which is unlike most Irish whiskey.I like Powers, Michael Collins, Jameson, but my favorite is Tyrconnell.
25th February 2014
Tried a bottle bought at a duty-free shop. For the price, it is a good bargain: smooth just like traditional Irish, notes of sugar, grapes and nuts with a little pepper/spice. Would not mind buying this again.