Method and Madness Single Malt Whiskey 70cl

Irish Whiskey • 70cl • 46%
Product details
Method and Madness Single Malt
Country Irish Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Method and Madness
Style Single Malt Whiskey

Method Single Malt

A single malt from Midleton, aged in bourbon barrels and enhanced with French limousin oak casks before being bottled for the Method and Madness range. Launched in 2017, we've already become fans of this range and are very excited to see what comes next.

Tasting Note by The Producer

Nose Freshly shelled peanut and cereal malt aroma.

Palate Cracked cinnamon stick and ice cream cone wafer.

Finish Fragrant bon bons and a hint of tasted barley.

Winner of 4 spirit awards

Gold
Gold
Irish Single Malt - Super-Premium - 2020
The Irish Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Gold
Gold
Irish Single Malt - Premium - 2019
The Irish Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Gold
Gold
Irish Single Malt - Ultra-Premium - 2017
The Irish Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Silver
Silver
Irish Single Malt - Super-Premium - 2018
The Irish Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Method and Madness Single Malt
Bargain price, light impact
As another reviewer said, a serious bargain at half-price in PA. However, I'd like more body, more depth of taste when given a splash of water. Might like it more on a hot summer day.
Lynn H , United States
one year ago
A Scotch Lover's Irish!
I couldn't resist picking up a bottle of this when I found it on clearance for half price in Pennsylvania. I primarily enjoy Scotch whisky, but will on occasion have an Irish whiskey and thought considering its original price I better grab a bottle before it sells out. I'm sure glad that I did, but after trying it I wish I had purchased at least one more back up bottle. This whiskey to me compares more to Scotch then some of the other Irish whiskeys that I've had.

Orchard fruit, dried dark fruit and honeyed toffee on the nose. The palate opens with richly spiced malt and lingers with oaky nuttiness, biscuit and more honeyed toffee sweetness. The finish is quite nice with lots of warming spice and toffee coated orchard fruit. This whiskey is quite smooth as well and although there is no age statement mentioned on the bottle I wouldn't be surprised if there wasn't older malts in here (15 year old perhaps?).

The flavor profile to me is very reminiscent of a Highland and if you enjoy Scotch from that region or Scotch in general then this Irish Whiskey will blow you away and if you are in Pennsylvania like me then be sure to grab a bottle or two before they are all gone...cheers!
Dan , United States
one year ago
Meaty, chewy malt. Rich nutty oak. Chestnuts, almonds, and violets.
Rewarding dram, especially on the nose.
- Fair price on MoMalt -
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
No one has mentioned the oaky tannins here:
Summer in a glass (in the grass), trees and all - fairly oaky, chewy oak, bit of a bite to it. Oak nuts, hazelnuts. Orchard fruits. Soft, soft ginger spice. Cocoa bean, medium dark chocolate.

Apples and pears.

A mainly light, fresh style ~ 15 year old.

The oakiness must be emphasized though.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
MM Single Malt French Oak Finish 14/15 years in barrels. NCF, no e150.
NOSE : Bright crisp malt, lemon zest, apple peels, then malty vanilla biscuits. Walnut shells and pencil shavings (more or less goes away), sweet almonds. Oatmeal. Ice cream sandwiches they say - absolutely agree. Breadsticks, or slight 'meatiness', like in a Mortlach or a Craigellachie ( the first nosing out of the bottle I thought was distinctly Craigellachie-like ). ( Scotch there ).
Fresh pear note. Lemon and kiwi peels (~). With aeration, green and red apples, also mint / peppermint.
Faint notes of a very nice old and dry eau de cologne.
( Which I was not wearing at the time of nosing ).
Gooseberries, red currants, lime, and tangerines.

PALATE : White grapes, red apples, creamy. Vanilla pod. Sweet red berries like raspberries, strawberries, and cocktail cherries.
Gooseberries and pomegranate.

The empty glass noses distinctly waxy, like wax candles, biscuity, and a peat-like meatiness.

All in all, a fairly youthful, light, summery single malt.

Neck pour review.
Happy Burns' Night ( whom I'm sure drank Irish Whiskey, ha ha ) !
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Dram by Dram
The Method and Madness range gets a little bit of crap from certain reviews which I don't understand mainly because surely the name of the line up gave the reviewers an indication that this is new type combos etc (duh)

Enjoyed two drams of this last night, deffo get a malty nose and that peanut shell nose comes through really well, this is quite nippy on the mouth/throat so dropped some H2O in a 35ml pour (probably 2mls) and it opened up really nicely. Loads of malt and could pick out ice cream cone esque tastes. This kind of reminds me of a speyside like Glenfiddich but with more punch 👊
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
interesting experiment with a great outcome
very nice, very tasty, treated myself with a second bottle
Gerald Z , Austria
5 years ago
Great taste. Very smooth.
Shocked at the less than stellar reviews here. This is a beautiful whiskey. I'm an Irishman in Italy and I'm surprised I had to go this far to hear about it.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Nothing great about it
Bittles Bar, Belfast.

Nice and smooth. Nice finish. But yeah, not really worth.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
great irish single malt
excellent single malt, very rich and smooth, definitely worth the price
gerald , Austria
6 years ago