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(70cl, 40%)


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Kilbeggan Bottling Note

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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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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.

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Kilbeggan Reviews

Will stock up on. It

I love it! A great combo of tasty and easy going on the stomach

2nd January 2023

Worth the money

Another good priced and drinkable Irish.
Not Jameson but ok.

5th April 2022

Decent Irish blend for the price, can't compete with 10-12 year old Irish whiskies

Just fine for what it is, a good value and decent blended Irish dram. Doesn't compete with 10-12 year old Powers, Bushmills, Redbreasts, Knappogues, or any of the Spot whiskeys, but at this price point it is nice neat or in a cocktail. Slightly sweet , vanilla, malt, subtle peach and pear, cereal. Not complex and not a long finish but will always be an Irish blended that serves as a daily sipper or nice change of pace from Jameson or Bushmills original white label.

10th March 2022

I've not found better for the money

It's no Power's John's Lane, but it's the best bottle of Irish whiskey you can buy for £22.

6th October 2021

Not for me

First taste is OK, but weak; then some sort of odd, chemical taste that lasts and is unpalatable (YMMV). I bought it on a flyer because Powers is unavailable near where I live.

25th August 2021

Buy Jameson instead

Not much to this: light, no burn, inoffensive. But nothing to write home about.

3rd August 2021

buy it all

ive drunk alot of lagavulin laphroig balvenie peat 14 years glenfiddich but this little baby connemara peated takes some beating for price it is so moorish then full fruit sweetness smacks you vanilla gentle and then explosion of earth fantastic combination to a really smooth finish

21st May 2021

Discovered Killbeggan in '21

Just got looped from a half bottle I found in me cubbard on St. Patrick's Day 2021...Finished it and woke up a bit at 4:00 am. To message you guys.

18th March 2021

Worth buying.

Great value for the price. Quite sweet and smooth. Surprisingly a bit complex with some deeper flavors, for an Irish whisky anyway.

8th March 2021

Perfectly fine for the price

Love the wankers saying it’s harsh and unrefined. They don’t have a clue. This is great for the price. Whilst not complex, it is smooth and pleasant, with enough character to keep you drinking.

2nd March 2021

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