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Slane Irish Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Slane Irish Whiskey

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Slane Irish Whiskey Bottling Note

Slane Irish Whiskey is made using whiskeys drawn from a trio of casks - virgin oak casks, seasoned casks (which previously contained Tennessee whiskey and bourbon) and Oloroso Sherry casks.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sweet oak and toasted barley at first, with layers of caramel and ginger developing later on.

Palate: Victoria Sponge Cake with plenty of jam and cream in the middle. A touch of butterscotch.

Finish: More toasty notes linger on the finish.

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Slane Irish Whiskey Reviews

Wonderful step up from the big brands

When you're ready to step up from the entry level/big brands (entry level Jameson or Bushmills) I highly recommend this. Splash a small bit of water on top, or drink it straight. Appreciate the different flavors and let this introductory sipping whiskey melt in your mouth. I can find this in my NH State (northeast U.S.) liquor store for under $30 generally (translates currently to ~24 Euros or ~22 Pounds).
While I haven't tried more expensive whiskeys than this (say Powers, Green Spot or Redbreast), I admit I am tempted to just stay here as it is a great taste value.

11th April 2018


Great value. I got a distinctive peaty taste reminiscent of some if the Islay malts.

16th March 2018

Smooth and sweet, but still complex

I love this! First Trippewood that has kept its promises.

2nd February 2018

Great entry to blended whiskey

Great expression of the Blended style. Sweet red fruits of grape & cherry with a wooded taste mixed in and some shortbread. Some spice on the back end but not too much to kill the smoothness of this whiskey

19th November 2017

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