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Redbreast 25 Year Old 1991 (La Maison du Whisky 60th Anniversary)

(70cl, 53%)

Redbreast 25 Year Old 1991 (La Maison du Whisky 60th Anniversary)

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Redbreast 25yo 1991 Bottling Note

A 25 year old Irish single pot still whiskey from Midleton's fantastic Redbreast series, matured in a single first fill Sherry cask! This was released in celebration of La Maison du Whisky's 60th Anniversary. This'll undoubtedly be awesome.

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Tasting Note by The Producer

Nose: Full-bodied and sweet. With great beauty, the initial nose is marked by candied fruit (apricot), citrus fruit (orange, clementine), toffee and spices (ginger, cinnamon). It develops into notes of beeswax, date and heady florals. Its very sunny character is underscored by a remarkable fruity and chocolate bitterness.

Palate: Lively, clean. The palate is much more Irish than the nose, with a particularly exotic attack (mango, passion fruit). With sweetness, the mid-palate develops into more jammy fruit flavours (red currant, blackcurrant). Spices (clove, nutmeg) then ensure a spirited tempo. The preciously woody end of the palate is also marked by notes of varnish. Its remarkable concentration is particularly impressive.

Finish: Long, energetically alternating between moments of pure sweetness (quince jelly, vanilla cream) and mouth-watering, almost saline, bitterness. At the end of the palate, pressed oranges refresh the palate and make for long-lasting, incredibly classic flavours. The retro-nasal olfaction is deliciously honeyed (lime blossom, heather) and the empty glass roasted and spicy (ginger, cinnamon).

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