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A blended Irish whiskey, made with Irish single malt and grain whiskeys matured for at least four years in ex-bourbon American oak casks. Uisce Beatha, pronounced "ish-ka-ba-ha", takes its name from the ancient Gaelic for "water of life".
Nose: Clean notes of vanilla, toffee, malt and white chocolate.
Palate: Fresh cream, malt toast, hints of char from the bourbon casks.
Finish: Medium length, with crumbly vanilla fudge from a fête.
Overall: Sweet and easy-going.
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Price is is why I added a third star. Heavy vanilla bean and almond in nose and lighter of aforementioned on palette. Finish too short, too soft, and lacks the charred or peat fiery finish I personally desire from being a spoilt Scotch whiskey fanatic. For the money, I'd always head to the consistently nuanced and sophisticated finish of a 12yr Glenlivet. That's my two cents and tongue at play anyways. Sidenote: I must say that I do love the name Uisce Beatha (ish-kas ba-ha-ha), "water of life" in Gaelic. So true a description for a single malt 12yr+ scotch whiskey - sadly not so much for this softly blended not-yet-ripe Irish whisky.
4th October 2016
Probably the best sipping whiskey I've tried so far. Mellow, easy going down, comforting. I love it
11th September 2016
While this is a pleasant enough whisky, there is no depth to it and no lasting aroma or memory. Sweet, a good colour, and smooth but I'll not likely buy this again.
8th July 2016
Great price for amazing whiskey. Water of life.
13th June 2016
Lacking in depth of flavor compared to other new expressions of Irish whiskey available
4th November 2015
Had it at my bro in laws, and although whiskey paid for by your bro in law always gets a review boost, we were impressed. Sippable, lovely legs, good nose and color. Nice addition to our list of Irish whiskey we will buy.
6th October 2015
Very amateur tasting whisky. Got a bottle in la and didn't really enjoy it much. bottle is pretty, still sitting on counter.
17th September 2015
Very impressed with how easy this was to drink. I typically drink a blended Scotch but wanted to try something new. I couldn't not try something called "The Water of Life" (thank you Google Translate). The best thing about it is how approachable it is. Great for beginner whiskey drinks and expert whiskey drinks alike.
25th November 2014