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Released in 2011, Midleton's Barry Crockett edition was named after the distillery's master distiller, and it is aged in both bourbon and new American oak barrels! Very interesting indeed and a limited release of around 2,500 bottles per year.
Nose: Soft, sweet notes of barley, floral honey, rosemary, citrus, cut hay, Summer meadows and toffee apples.
Palate: Sweet tobacco leaves and ceda, sugared peels, toffee, honey softness, vanilla and boiled sweets.
Finish: Very creamy and vanilla-rich, cinnamon and a little pear drop on the tail.
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A good sipping whiskey and worthy of praise. Being a bit inspired by bourbons, some may like this more than others. I was fortunate enough to try this on several occasions on a recent trip to Ireland.
18th March 2017
Exceptional. Next best thing to Jameson Vintage.
30th January 2017
Very Rare pleased my palate far more than Legacy which I found somewhat harsh and a tad off putting, it is after all, just a matter of taste.
20th December 2016
Very much smooth and Dam those good flavours... If you love triple distilled + Natural Gas roast then this is just beyond best!
10th August 2016
Fantastic whiskey had the pleasure at a Whiskey tasting this evening
14th July 2016
We started our Irish whiskey odysesy in Galway and finished it in Midleton at the Jameson distillery where the Legacy is produced. The Legacy, like the island, is warm and welcoming.
28th February 2016
Fantastic! Tried and bought while in Dublin recently. Very complex and one of the best we tried among all the pubs we visited. Wish we could buy here in the States.
14th February 2016
Remember: A Little a Lot, is Better Than a Lot a Little!
11th February 2016
FAB FAB FABBY
21st December 2015
As an avid Irish Whiskey drinker with 58 different Irish Whiskeys in my current collection, this is my favorite, had heard about it and decided to try a small glass of it at a local Irish Pub, took a sip and instantly knew this was the best Irish Whiskey I had ever had, very good from start to finish, great nose, complex flavors, very smooth and a great finish, no bad notes at all!
26th June 2015
I am A whiskey fanatic and I must say Hats off to Barry. WHAT a fantastic experience.....
7th February 2015
I've drank more than a dozen of all the Midleton whiskies available in the US (so no Spots apart from Green) and this is among the best. But at this price point, it should be THE best and I just don't think it is. I'd choose the Midleton Very Rare, the Green Spot and the Powers Johns Lane over the Barry. This isn't to say the Barry is bad, because its close to great. But I've bought it several times and been given it once so I've had my fill of it. There's just too many great options at a fraction of the price.
23rd November 2014
On the nose; Ripe Banana, custard and roasted almonds. The wood; I'm getting smoked bourbon barrel shavings, vintage port and fresh cobnuts. Taste; liqourice, vanilla, elderflower, first press almond oil and Eucalyptus honey. The finish is freshly lead Axminster Carpet, melting ice cream at the sea side in summer and an autumnal walk in a thick deciduous Irish forest. I have been privileged in life to have drank enough whiskey to understand its delightful complexity. To this day I'd have given the nod to The Dalmore's Alexander iii as my favourite... But this whiskey is a work of genius. In my opinion the world has a new Picasso... He's an artist making whiskey at Middleton!
1st May 2014
Comparing this rare Single Pot Still to aged malts misses the point entirely.
27th March 2014
Nice whiskey but probably not worth the price tag compared to aged malts in same price range
1st January 2014
I am a big Bushmill 16 fan and this one is Fantastic. Very long finish and butter Smooth taste.
28th December 2013
Probably (almost sure) the best irish I ever had. Fruity an fresh, leaves with long aftertaste and strong desire to have it more.
28th March 2012