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Powers Gold Label

(70cl, 40%)

Powers Gold Label

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Powers Gold Label Bottling Note

Powers Gold Label is a classic Irish whiskey, introduced in 1791 by John Power & Son. Once a single pot still whiskey, it's long since been a blend of pot still and grain whiskeys. Powers have reintroduced single pot still Irish whiskey to their range, however, with their John's Lane Release.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Plenty of honey'd notes and subtle peppery spices.

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Powers Gold Label Reviews

One of the best of its kind

I sell this one for about $35 for a liter. Usually I drink single malt scotches but the really nice dark color of this one drew me in. It is similar to Jameson Black Barrel but the body is fuller and a bit more complex. Really nice smooth finish, a touch of sweetness, a bit smoky, a bit sweet, and a bit earthy. Usually for me Irish whiskeys are not complex enough but this one came out well being aged in a bourbon barrel. The bottles I have are actually 86.4 proof not 80 proof. I had to grab the bottle and look when I saw this said it was 80 proof because I could just tell it was a bit higher. For a liter of whiskey under $40 you can't do much better.

24th August 2018

A Great Whiskey

This is truly a great whiskey. Full flavored, and just the right amount of time in the barrel for maturation. I love scotch whiskey, but I have to say this Irish whiskey is truly superlative. Give it a try.

28th November 2017

Really good.

A lovely smooth drink,great to swallow and digest I have three friends.who every night drink a large powers,one is 95..one 93,, and the third 90.They consider it to be their medicine,They all look good,
regards,
Tony Sadar

11th November 2017

great stuff

Of the spirits on the table the Gold Label went first and I am not telling anyone when I am buying the next bottle.Very smooth and an exceptional irish whiskey

1st October 2017

Power to the Powers.

One of the best sub £25 whiskeys u can buy.

If its from the Midleton distillery u cant go wrong.

Me thinks a trip to Cork is in order !


13th April 2017

Very Average...!

The old style bottle with the screw cap was a nicer whiskey. It had the old style Irish Pot Still flavour at the budget entry level price. The new bottle with the cork is a completely different whiskey. Still budget entry level price but unfortunately has a much less complex taste.

8th February 2017

No wonder the people of Ireland favor this one the most.

Great nose and lingering finish. It smells and tastes like Balvenie Caribbean 14 to me, but much easier on the wallet.

14th January 2017

mrs wimperis

powers gold label whiskey is the best whiskey in the world

11th December 2016

Ron Kirby

Having been a member of the Scotch Malt whisky Society and drank almost every Irish and Scottish brand plus owning a Springbank Cask . I can confirm that John Powers Gold is the Best Blended Whisky available .

17th October 2016

The best sipping Irish bar none

Gold label is the best is sipping/drinking whiskey per pound simple as. If you like a sipping whiskey, then Ireland produces the best blended although Black Bottle from over the sea is a mighty fine blend. Difficult to get hold outside of Ireland and often comes in 1L bottles when your there says it all for me. Why can't I get in the UK ? Because the Irish drink it all that's why.

31st August 2016

Great Value

Powers Gold Label is too good to miss at this price.

20th May 2016

Excellent

My 2nd favorite entry level Irish Whiskey behind Kilbeggan, full of caramel and spice, great flavor, great value for the price

26th June 2015

Pound for pound

The best Irish blend out there for the price.

8th May 2015

Best Mid-Priced Irish Whiskey IMHO

I've spent the last year trying top to bottom shelf Irish whiskeys and scotches and this is by far the best mid-priced tasting one for the price. It has everything a good Irish whiskey should have... honey, caramel, toffee, cereal, spice and it's all together in a nice creamy smooth blend. I get it for $35/1L and you'd be hard pressed to find anything this good without spending at least another $10-$15/bottle. It's much more refined than similarly priced whiskeys like Jameson or Bushmills.

19th April 2015

Sadly under-rated!

Powers Gold Label has a bad reputation in Ireland of being only good for hot toddys and it's an unfair reputation, it's an amazing Irish potstill blend, nose has loads to toffee caramel think Cadburys caramel, some honey as well and the pot still gives it a creaminess and loads off toffee caramel honey taste and plenty of spice.

Incredible value for money!

1st March 2015

Avoid

Irish people keep this in the drinks cabinet to give to visitors they don't like or put it in hot whiskey as you only use cheap whiskey in it.

25th December 2014

Great Whiskey!

This was the first whiskey I ever tried. My mother had some left over after using this in a Christmas cake that we made and I finished the rest of the bottle :) It's a little spicy, well rounded, so balanced and smooth that it's like sipping a fine, expensive coffee. I would recommend this to anyone! Even if you don't like whiskey, try this and you can't deny how easy sipping this is!

12th December 2014

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