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Redbreast Pedro Ximenez Edition - Iberian Series Whiskey

(70cl, 46%)

Redbreast Pedro Ximenez Edition - Iberian Series

Redbreast PX Edition Bottling Note

This expression from the immensely popular Redbreast range shows off what happens when yummy single pot still Irish whiskey gets finished in Pedro Ximénez casks. The answer? Deliciousness happens. Released as part of the Iberian Series, inspired by Redbreast's connection to some of the top cooperages and winemakers from the Iberian Peninsula. The whiskey is initially aged in bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks, before being moved over to Pedro Ximénez casks to finish for at least 12 months – plenty of time to impart a wealth of terrific sherried elements.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Quite chocolatey at first, but soon enough, buoyant notes of berries appear. Layers of nutty barley and toasty festive spices underneath.

Palate Richly honeyed, with hints of brown sugar and toffee, before another helping of blackcurrant and raisin appears. A smidge of orange oil zestiness too.

Finish Dark chocolate returns on the finish, with some drying cinnamon and nutmeg.

Reviews for Redbreast Pedro Ximenez Edition - Iberian Series
It tastes as good as it sounds
I love Irish whiskey and Redbreast whiskey is one of my favourite brands. I have wanted to try the PX for a while and I wasn’t disappointed it’s so smooth and I could definitely taste the sugary toffee raisin elements mentioned. Quality is always worth investing in so definitely worth the price tag. Unfortunately I shared it and everyone enjoyed it, so it’s not gonna last long unless I hide it 😆
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Typically Redbreast.
Would agree with the review below. I was hoping for more of a Px influence here but you can't be disappointed with what's in the bottle: it's still a great whiskey. Tad overpriced for me though. Lustau is better value.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Miles better than 98% of anything at this price point.
It does have hints of Liquorice and it is unmistakably, Redbreast. It's priced about right too - it's quite a while since I tried the Redbreast 15yo but that would be the obvious head to head, based on price. I have tried every Redbreast other than the special half litre releases once a year and the 27yo, due to the 400 or so cost. This one isn't the most Redbreast bang you can get for your buck , believe me - For me that bottle is the Lustau Edition - if you like the regular 12yo then move on to the Lustau and the Cask Strength is a must after that but this one is a sideshow , brilliant in isolation but with such high quality stablemates it becomes eclipsed. The master blender is clearly a Genius, not only for his blending but his say in the bottle price.
steven b , United Kingdom
2 years ago

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