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Peaky Blinder Irish Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Peaky Blinder Irish Whiskey

Peaky Blinder Whiskey Bottling Note

This is an Irish whiskey that has enjoyed a finishing period in bourbon barrels before being bottled as part of the Peaky Blinder range from Sadler's. The name comes from a street gang that was around in the late 19th and early 20th Century, a member of which you can see on the label - note the all important cap, which apparently was where the gang name originates.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Blackcurrant and apple, with a hint of vanilla toffee underneath.

Palate: Melted chocolate, apricots, toasted oak and dried peels.

Finish: A subtle hint of cinnamon sticks around on the finish.

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Peaky Blinder Irish Whiskey Reviews

Master of Malt Customer
28th March 2023
It’s horrible
Drinking moldy beer would probable taste better, if you’re a big fan of cheap scotch you’ll probable be able to drink it.
Samantha L, United Kingdom
21st January 2022
Love love love
Love the chocolate, caramel flavour. Don’t ever change it
C B, United Kingdom
13th January 2022
Good for mixing.
Doesn't compare to what is to me the quintessential Irish whiskey, Jameson. Doesn't smell or taste like any whiskey I've had before, no real distinct smell or taste, definitely a mixer whiskey.
Master of Malt Customer
24th December 2021
Beautiful, tasting,
Absolutely beautiful taste, I buy this for my son he loves this whisky. Also a fan of the show!
I highly recommend,
Dylan S, United Kingdom
9th November 2021
What a lovely surprise. This was bought as a gift, and I have no idea why; I’d never heard of the TV show and don’t normally drink Irish blends, and some of the reviews didn’t bode well, but this is rather nice indeed. Opens up well with a little water, and is smooth, fairy sweet and yummy. An easy drinker for these winter nights and I might just check out the TV show after all.
Alan B, United Kingdom
28th August 2021
Bland whisky. No strong aroma of anything. Bland taste no follow through on anything. Disappears very quickly. Might be better with a higher abv but at 40% it's a no.
Master of Malt Customer
8th August 2021
Love it
Love the taste of peat in the after taste.Woody flavour enhancing the rich fruity flavours
Michael B, Denmark
13th May 2021
Caramel has nothing to do in whisky
The first impression of the whiskey is good. Nicely rounded with fresh notes. Actually delicious impression.
But in the final taste, there are so much bold caramel flavor comes through, that it ruins the whole whiskey. The caramel taste seems artificial and not natural in taste. The caramel should be removed immediately. Then the whiskey will be on the right track again.
Dominic H, United Kingdom
14th April 2021
I'm not sure why you say that this whiskey is English Whisky when the bottle says it is produced in Cork. It is not one of the great Irish Whiskeys but when the deal was a bottle for £15 it was worth a gamble.
Ali, United Kingdom
1st February 2021
Deserves a mixer
Sweet smooth and cheap, makes a difference from the Scotch in my cabinet. Will keep this to mix with coke .

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