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Midleton Method and Madness Single Pot Still

(70cl, 46%)

Midleton Method and Madness Single Pot Still

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Method Madness Single Pot Bottling Note

Perhaps the most intriguing release from the first batch of Midleton's Method and Madness whiskeys, this is a single pot still expression initially matured in Sherry and bourbon barrels, before enjoying a finishing period in French chestnut! Exciting stuff.

Tasting Note by The Producer

Nose: Red Liquorice laces, Fresh Rosemary mint and grated root ginger.

Palate: Sweet fruit and spice, cinnamon toast and ripe banana.

Finish: Aromatic green tea, dissipating fruit and spice and rich wood farewell.

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Midleton Method and Madness Single Pot Still Reviews

Bright flavored with an exceptional smoothness

I had the good fortune to be in Donnybrook in May 2019, the fine bartender at Arthur Mayne’s (from Nepal! - A fantastic conversation), offered me this as a thing a Yankee from NY couldn’t find at home. The bright flavors were balanced on a smoothness that allowed my less-than-expert palate to thoroughly enjoy. If you’re looking for a single potstill that “stays home”, but offers a few interesting tweaks, this is it!

12th May 2020


Truly one of the best SPS Irish out there. Vibrant and beautiful nose and medium-rich, delicate spicy and smoooooothe in the mouth. Brilliant whiskies.

17th April 2020

Lovely interesting Pot Still

Lovely interesting Pot Still whisky with great length. Will be getting more...

31st January 2020

Great taste - awful packaging.

If you can get over the awful design of the packaging you will love this whisky, it is complex and unique, very different but still whisky, just such a shame about the packaging, I buy with my eyes so I just couldn’t get over the poor label design to purchase a bottle, I’ll still order it when out though ... I’m not that pedantic 😊

29th December 2019

Yes, this one is a keeper.

Very tasty SPS, complex, interesting and rewarding bottle.

26th November 2019

Simple Complexity

I’ve been blown away by the simple but yet complexity of this whiskey.
On the pallet it delivers wave after wave of distinct flavours which don’t seem to want to give up.
The finish is long, warming and like they say, red liquorice laces!
Definitely need to get another brace of these. One for the cabinet and one for the collection.

11th October 2019

Fantastic, lots of fruits

Bittles, Belfast.

Fruity, rich, complex, you can really feel the red licorice.

4th October 2018

Pot still perfection

This is a truly marvelous pot stilled whiskey. Its excellent to see what can be achieved when the shackles of being limited to finishing in oak casks has been lifted. It will also be interesting to see what Midleton have in mind for the chestnut casks now?????

17th September 2018


This is absolutely outstanding, I look forward to future M & M releases

2nd July 2018

Best blend, hands down!

My fiancé had this at the Jameson distillery this past March. It’s impossible to find in the States. This is by far his favorite out of everything he’s had. No contest!

16th December 2017

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