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Proper No. Twelve

(70cl, 40%)

Proper No. Twelve

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Proper No. Twelve Bottling Note

MMA fighter and boxer Conor McGregor has stepped in to the ring of whiskey making with Proper No. Twelve, a blended Irish whiskey produced with the help of former Bushmills distillery manager David Elder. Featuring malt and grain whiskeys drawn from bourbon barrels, the team created nearly 100 blends before deciding upon the one in the bottle. Proper No. Twelve takes its name from Dublin 12, the area where McGregor grew up.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Vanilla pod, floral barley and a touch of sandalwood.

Palate: Orchard fruit and honey notes arrive first, backed up by a kick of white pepper.

Finish: Drying oak heat and a drizzle of caramel.

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Proper No. Twelve Reviews

Rotgut

Turpentine is cheaper and equally unpalatable.

3rd February 2019

Decent

Absolutely nothing wrong with this juice. It’s a smooth, mild, sweet easy drinker.

1st February 2019

Good but over priced

I like this, however I wouldn’t pay £40. Worth nearer £25

1st February 2019

Poor whisky

This is poor take on Irish whisky. Mcgregor obviously is in it only for quick cash. This whisky doesn't have substance.
Don't waste money on this, try only only if you want to tap out like Mcgregor does in his fights

1st February 2019

Not worth £20

I’m a whisky and Mcgregor fan but this not nice at all

1st February 2019

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