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Midleton Method and Madness Single Grain

(70cl, 46%)

Midleton Method and Madness Single Grain

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Method Madness Grain Bottling Note

A virgin Spanish oak cask-finished single grain Irish whiskey from Midleton's experimental Method and Madness range (which aims to give light to the creativity of its apprentices and whiskey masters).

Tasting Note by The Producer

Nose: New pencil shavings, light rose petal and fresh rain on pine.

Palate: Warm toasted oak, fresh peeled grapefruit and zesty wood spices.

Finish: Sweet cereal, clove spiciness and fresh mint.

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Midleton Method and Madness Single Grain Reviews

Not much to like about it. Treat this as experiment

Reminds me of over oaked 40year old scotches - just not what you want from a quality spirit. Pencil shavings carries all the way from nose through to the finish, but not the good kind... the cheap ones where you can smell the old paint on them too, very much drying effect in the mouth. Only good thing about this is that the price allows you to buy it and not expect from it too much. 50 or above would gran this a 1 star.

23rd November 2019

Wery well balanced

The single pot still gets all the attention (and it's stunning), but this one is a gem too... a fantastic and very well balanced grain whisky, love it.

24th January 2018

Jonathan

This is a quality single grain. Very smooth and creamy.

8th July 2017

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