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Kilbeggan 8 Year Old Single Grain Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Kilbeggan 8 Year Old Single Grain

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Kilbeggan 8yo Grain Bottling Note

Kilbeggan 8 Year Old is a stunning single grain Irish whiskey (you may have previously known it as Greenore 8 Year Old). A hugely enjoyable expression, with plenty of honey, vanilla, tropical fruit, almond and spiced oak notes - certainly deserving of your shelf-space.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Lemon sponge, honeyed cereal, vanilla and a little caramel. Toasted oak, banana and tropical fruit. Fairly light, but full of flavour - very nice indeed!

Palate Sweet, smooth vanilla before spicy oak comes in. Touches of menthol and coconut ice.

Finish Long with maple and pecan, milk chocolate and a hint of salinity.

Overall A sensational grain whiskey this, top stuff!

Reviews for Kilbeggan 8 Year Old Single Grain
Fantastic whiskey.
Got a bottle of this year's back, and just recently finished the bottle because I truly didn't want it to be gone. It was one of the best gifts I have ever received, and I wish I could find it in America.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Be careful could make a Whiskey drinker of you
70 year old Scot with an Irish Grandfather . I've drank whisky since I can remember most of them scottish got introduced to this wonderful drop to late in life what a truly great whiskey I'll now drink nothing else God Bless The Celts
George Brennan L , United Kingdom
5 years ago
A very good whiskey!
Very smooth, sweet honey flavours with lots of oak. Gorgeous chocolate finish. Very satisfying
Pat Duffy , Ireland
5 years ago
For true aficionados
Now that's real whiskey
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Give me back "Greenore"
It used to be much better when it was "Greenore". Too much spirit not enough flavours. Taste like a whiskey from the shelf below.
Dhervhel , Ireland
6 years ago
Very tasty.
A pleasant whisky to enjoy on the patio.
Nice and sweet, reminds me of a fine Cognac.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Sweet dreams
Quite different to malts. I used to drink but very pleasant. Honey and caramel.i
Max , Russian Federation
7 years ago
Before going on a holiday in the countryside I bought a bottle of this on a whim and I wish I hadn't. I was only able to choke it down with copious amounts of water to dilute the roughness. Haven't touched it since returning and I can't see myself having any again. This is such poor quality it makes me embarrassed to be Irish. Avoid.
Adam L , Ireland
7 years ago
Much more than one would normally expect from a grain whisky and still stands out as uniquely grain; praise doesn't get much higher than this in my vocabulary.
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago
Truly awful
Yeah, I don't belive that this should be allowed to be called whisky.
Never tasted anything quite as bad.

However, I think that this would work as an excellent degreaser.
Tomas , Sweden
7 years ago

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