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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.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Super sweet shortbread notes, with honeysuckle and tangerine peel.

Palate: Buttery shortbread, cereal, pears and a little milk chocolate.

Finish: Short and mouthwatering, the spices shine through in waves with honey lingering to the end.

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Powers Gold Label Reviews


Love powers real great standard whiskey my favourite whiskey

7th April 2021

Decent but not premium or polished enough

Have to say I hold Powers in high regard. The ordinary stuff is top notch. Was intrigued by the Gold label version. But it is much too harsh. Burns as it goes down. The ordinary Powers, which I like, is much more smooth and enjoyable. Gold label carries fruity notes with a hint of caramel but strangely has a burning taste at the end, so the finish misses big time.

28th March 2021

Grab it if you can!

Reviewing the discontinued 43.2% version. Bought the last? four bottles in "OZ" @ $AU 72 each last week. Look, this stuff wouldn't blow any one's mind, but at its price point there is very little competition that satisfies to the same degree. I suspect the new version is fully chill-filtered meaning there will be a loss of fatty acids (oiliness). And also at 40% Alc/Vol, flavour will be diminished. Sad to see this trend becoming a lot more prevalent within the last 20 years. A word of advice : - Never change a product unless it is an improvement.

15th February 2021

This Powers is a huge disappointment.

What happened? I've bought Powers for years, although I don't know that it was Gold Label. However, I was totally confident when I bought this new squat bottle of Powers Gold Label. Am no expert, but quote another who said in 2019: "Maybe I got a bad batch because it wasn't at all what others here describe. Mine was relatively tasteless and lots of alcohol burn." In other words, flavorless with almost no scent, but "hot." Wish I could get my $$ back as I'm on a budget!

8th December 2020

Better used for hot whiskey

This can be quite an attack on the palate compared to the likes of Jameson. Very spicy and a slight burn to the finish with this one. Better used for a hot whiskey or with a mixer.

8th December 2020


Well I had a few powers in Ireland in the north I think it was over 17 year ago and it was so nice it was when my friend was married to a Irish girl over in balinar next to galway in iv been trying for years to get auther bottle off power s

29th November 2020

Powers is the best!

Having been an Irish Whiskey drinker for about 40 years this has to be my favourite. They're all good, but this is just that bit better than the rest, in my opinion, of course!

30th October 2020

Was truly outstanding, now middle of the road blah

One hundred percent agree with the review titled "Very Average". Until about 2011, Powers was my favorite whiskey from anywhere - enjoyed it more than even the high-priced Scotches, all the new and old bourbons, and Jameson, Bushmills and the rest. Yes, there was a bit of a bite -- I called it the sting of Catholic Hell -- but it was a real, straight-up whiskey. Then they changed the formula. Now sweeter, middle of the road, blah. Biggest disappointment. I hope someone wises up and considers returning to the outstanding whiskey it once was.

11th October 2020


So smooth had many a bottle 100% my favourite whiskey

25th September 2020

Possibly my favorite budget whiskey

Ah Power's Gold, now this is something I wasn't really familiar with until I went to Ireland earlier this year and now I buy as much of it as I can find.See in Irealnd they don't drink as much Jameson or Bushmills as you would expect and that is because of this fine whiskey. Can't think if another Irish whiskey that tastes this good for under $30 it really has that great,spicy, buttery, pot still flavor you get in a Redbreast 12 or Power's three swallow but at a fraction of the price. Yeah sure there's some grain whiskey in it but the pot still character is so dominant that you hardly notice. Plus it's 43% abv and non chill filtered which gives it a nice slightly oily mouthfeel.Liquid shortbread this stuff I"m tellin ya. Slainte! The Sugarbear

3rd September 2020

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