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Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength - Batch B1/20 Whiskey

(70cl, 57.6%)

Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength - Batch B1/20

Redbreast 12yo B1/20 Bottling Note

Another batch of Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength is here! These spectacular single pot still whiskeys are always well-received, boasting a full-bodied flavour profile of bold sherried fruits and vibrant pot still spiciness. After a dozen years of maturation, batch B1/20 has been bottled up at a generous 57.6% ABV.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Damson, chocolate, cinnamon, soft clove heat, sherried peels and a hint of spearmint.

Palate Sultana, dried cherry, toasted oak, pink peppercorn, a smidge of pineapple, gingerbread.

Finish Warming coffee notes, with a whisper of strawberry jam.

Reviews for Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength - Batch B1/20
Really beautiful overall, I’m getting most of the nose sand most of the palate characteristics mentioned in the MoM review. But for me, being mainly a single malt guy, this whiskey is very much like a cross between two long defunct malts, the Lowland malt Bladnoch, with its lemony and fruity and citrusy flavors, and the rare Dallas Dhu 1980 bottlings with their up front chocolate and coffee and mocha flavors, which in the case of the Redbreast comes thru as a chocolate-mocha flavor in the finish. The cherry flavor here is also very nice, reminiscent of German Kirschwasser. Anyway, however one analyzes it, it’s an outstanding whiskey.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Fantastic - the best whiskey.
Review of B1/16 cask strength.

Possibly the best Irish I have ever tasted. Not cheap, but you get a LOT of whiskey for your money. Red apples, green barley, manuka honey, lovely creamy oak, tropical fruit.... and a finish that goes on and on.

There is a lot more to it, compared to the standard 12 y/o. Although the standard 12 is half the price (and a bargain). The only problem with the c/s bottle is making it last.

If you buy a 'good' bottle once a year, this should be the one.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Just get one of these, superb.
Sorry this one was the B2/19 ... brothers
Nose : cherries, raisins, a warm promise with complexity and depth.
Palate : A lovely oily smooth Christmas cake of fruit, spices bloom in the mid pallet.
A beautiful finish, lingering, a feeling of an older whiskey age than 12. depths of flavours. Simple but very elegant.
Tom O , New Zealand
2 years ago

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