Powers Gold Label 100cl
This blend was introduced in 1791 by John Power & Sons, originally a pure pot still whiskey, now a popular blend of pot still and grain whiskeys.
The nose is gentle and light with notes of caramel and cereal sweetness, a little honey and a touch of malt. The palate is soft and sublimely silken. There are notes of honey, cedar, malt and cereal grains. The finish is of medium-length with honey and juicy cereals.
Best Bang for ther Buck
After trying many other budget scotches and whiskeys, this is the winner for me. It has some heat but there''s a real nice smokey, honey flavor with the traditional caramel, toffee and barley notes in there. It's a little sweet but not overdone like Monkey Shoulder. Add an ice cube or a little water to unlock the flavors, let is sit for a minute or two while giving it an occasional swirl to smooth out the blend and you have a great daily sipper. Jameson has the same bite and I don't like its heavy oatmeal taste. Powers also won't wreck you or taste off like Teachers or Famous Grouse. Blackbush is another nice choice but tends to be more pricey where I am.
28th March 2015
Best there is. Clear, crisp smooth. Never an ache the next morning. I liked the old bottle with the 'medallion necklace" better than the the newer label.
8th March 2015
What the hell did you do to your whisky???????????????
Mmm thats nice...
I just bought a bottle of the new powers gold label. What the hell did you do to it. It tastes different. I hate it !!!!!!!!!!
31st January 2015
I just found a bottle in my local store for less than 18£. I think this is just as silky as Redbreast 12 but with less flavor. Its kind and gentle and wont rip your head off like the Green Spot. But its also clear and crisp with one of the softest mouthfeels ive ever tried. Irish beauty in a bottle. CM
30th August 2014
... But this one fails to impress me in any department.
Nothing is wrong about it, but tere is no wow! anywhere either.
Average, no more, no less.
21st March 2014
great neat and with cold water. .Can buy st Jamesons site for £28