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Locke's Irish Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Locke's Irish Whiskey

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Locke's Irish Whiskey Bottling Note

A blended Irish whiskey that was first made at the Locke's Distillery in Kilbeggan. This whiskey is twice distilled and it has a sweet, malty taste.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: The nose is all on creamy sweet barley malt. Lots of cereals, dried fruits, a hint of oak. Classic Irish aromas.

Palate: Very supple and gentle with its creamy mouth feel of cereals, vanilla and soft oak.

Finish: Lots of barley now, long finish, sublimely smooth.

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Locke's Irish Whiskey Reviews

An intriguing little dram

A fragrant and fancy-free whiskey, with light floral and delicate fruity notes. The nose is of daffodils, honey, melon, heather, and grape. The palette contains melon and light sherry, with just a hint of raisin. The finish is smooth but short lived.. I strongly recommend this to entry-level whiskey fans. Those looking for something more complex and enduring might want to look elsewhere.

17th May 2013

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