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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 into the ring of whiskey making with Proper No. Twelve, a blended Irish whiskey produced with the help of former Bushmills distillery manager David Elder.

That's right - Conor McGregor Whiskey!

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.

Conor McGregor says that his goal with Proper Twelve is to create a whiskey that can be enjoyed by everyone, whether they're a whiskey drinker or not. So far, it seems to be working – the whiskey has been well-received by critics and consumers alike.

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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


Properly underwhelming

16th November 2022

Move along to better.

Didn't know anything about Conner McGregor's connection to this whisky when I bought the bottle. I like Irish Whiskey and this one was on sale. Its...ok. Not undrinkable, but nothing stands out. Acidic aftertaste that turns metallic. Probably better on lots of ice, or with a mixer. Bushmills is a far better choice at around the same price, at least here in Canada. I won't buy this again.

10th September 2022

Good taste for price

For that price, you really cant complain! Smooth taste and if you are not a whiskey expert you wont see a big difference to the more expensive ones

6th June 2022

Pleasantly surprised

You know what, it’s really not that bad, i was expecting way worse, its very drinkable and actually some notes that I’d class as tasty, i wouldn’t buy a full bottle myself but for the price i can’t complain

2nd May 2022

Dreadful Drop

Received as a well intentioned birthday present from a colleague as they know I’m a whisky drinker… I opened it not long later at a colleagues leaving do, it got a lot of attention to begin with and by the time everyone initially interested had tried a dram upon opening , half of the bottle was gone… Nobody went back for seconds and the bottle remained half full for the rest of the night, with the stragglers unconverted to whisky being warned off trying it by the rest of us as we didn’t want them to dislike whisky even more!

30th April 2022

On par with rubbing alcohol .

It’s the worst Irish whisky I have tried . I can’t stand Jameson but Jameson is far and away better than this stuff . If you just want to get fucked up then gulp this swill down but if you want a decent middle of the road price comparable whisky then stick with Teeling, Powers or Paddy .

17th February 2022

Not bad.

It's light.. I won't say its terrible. Drinkable. Not bad as long it's the genuine one.

12th February 2022

Tastes like water next to even jameos

At first drink I thought I'd been caught in the fakebooze scandal by the pure ethanol taste, then I realized about half way down the blurry back label it was another celeb whiskey where flavour is not an issue resulting in a flavoured base spirit rather than a whiskey. Picked up in duty free during a rush as was it in a 'favoured section'; Should be avoided when there are so many real irish whiskys available nowadays for a similar duty free price post-brexit

12th January 2022

Value for money!

Very smooth!

28th December 2021

An Irish blend, it’s whisky better this than non

It’s what it is, an Irish blend, nowt wrong with it and it’s a cork not a shitty screw cap.

17th December 2021

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