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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

A positive meh

A decent, safe, easy to drink middle of the road Irish whiskey, priced about right at £25. I'm in agreement with most of the 3-4 star reviews, and think most of the 5 star ones are a bit crackers. But, you know, there's a whiskey out there for everyone and for some this is obviously it. I doubt I'd buy it again though, for me its not that noteworthy.

25th November 2020

A pleasant pedestrian Irish whiskey. Nice.

N: Sherried sweetness, hint hazelnut.
P: Light weight. Cloves and lemon. Hint of almond.
A: Feels like resting by the Xmas fire.

16th November 2020

One for living in the moment

Is it complex on the nose and palate? No. Does it have a long aftertaste with multiple notes? No. Is it very smooth, slightly sweet to the taste and not so heavy on the alcohol that it leaves an unpleasant afterburn thus making it a relatively pleasant drinking experience? Yes. One for when you just want to drink a whiskey and simply enjoy the moment.

26th October 2020

a bit of afterburn alas..

fairly smooth with a dash of water. has just a touch of after fire which is concerning for longevity drinking. a good single malt rarely shows this.
so some caramel, a little spice, a touch of sweet cake; madeira i think.. shortish finish then a gut burn kicks in.. not bad but its not going to get into my regular drinks

18th October 2020

Smooth, interesting left field choice

Beautifully smooth; complex flavours on sipping, and then a lovely, lingering after taste. Could tempt me away from Chivas Regal 13 year old.

17th October 2020

I like Talisker, but this is also delicious

Delicious Irish whiskey . TToo morish

3rd September 2020


Gorgeous straight... really nice taste.

3rd September 2020

I like it.

29th July 2020

good one - light and smooth

good whiskey, very smooth, light and warm, great value for money

24th July 2020

Typical run of the mill new whiskeys

This is a decent offering and tastes a bit different. It not very complex and tastes "young", but its not bad, just nothing special
Saying that it is good value for money

4th June 2020


One of my favourite whiskies..

19th May 2020


One of the best whiskey i have had this year

19th May 2020

Great value

Smooth and moorish.

18th May 2020

May ,,14 2020

The reviews are right a great Irish whiskey good taste and a even better price slainte

14th May 2020

Fantastic Whisky

This has got to be one of my favourite whiskies, this is the second bottle I have ordered and I'm sure it won't be the last. One of the best I've had recently and it's not a single malt.

26th April 2020

My favorite Irish Whiskey

Excellent whiskey. It's my go to Irish. Smooth all the way, no harshness. Warm and caramelly. It's great neat, but stands up to rocks if that's your preference.

16th April 2020

fails to taste Irish

disappointing i think they should amend the casks to; aluminium, plastic,pine .... young , overpriced, overstretching,

7th March 2020


Reasonably priced & high caliber!

27th January 2020

I like it

Smells of sweet buttery apples, cherries, plum and floral notes. Taste is butter forward, developing into cherry, apple, apple peel, flowery and wood end, a tiny bit bitter. Nice light aftertaste. Quite good

31st December 2019

Tastes a bit like a chirpy- chirpy- cheep- cheap Redbreast...

.. As there's not many Irish whiskeys out there that i've still yet to try, & being my favoured choice of tipple, its not often i stumble upon something completely new to me, so when i chanced upon a bottle or two at my local Asda recently priced @ £30 a bottle, damn, i just happened to have £30 left over after shopping, so that was that, my first ever unresearched, unplanned, unknown & now nervously bought- bottle. The result? This well balanced refined whiskey could easily compete with some that cost double this price in any blind tasting test.

13th October 2019

Buy two bottles.

Pairs well with a habano cigar or may pair well with any light cigar. The whiskey is very smooth, not complex.

11th September 2019

Best Irish Whiskey on the Market

Easily the best tasting Irish whiskey on the market, I enjoy my whiskeys and I cannot get enough if it.. so smooth and easy to drink neat. This is a premium whiskey for a regular price..

30th June 2019

Good quality for its price.

Very nice smooth just nice. Very easy drinking and moreish bit naughty nearly drunk the whole bottle.

27th May 2019

Amazing value!

Bought this for St. Patrick's day with low expectations because it's so cheap and I was very pleasantly surprised.I usually drink Scotch and haven't really explored the Irish whiskies much but so far this is my favorite. It's incredibly smooth with notes of raisins, cream, and toasted oak. I have Redbreast 12 right now as well which is very good but to me this is a little better and it's quite a bit cheaper. Definitely found my new go to Irish whisky here. Cheers! The Sugarbear

20th March 2019

Glad I bought it.

Such a nice surprise! It won’t be confused with the pricy drinks, but it’s a solid alternative to the “run of the mill “ ones.

18th March 2019

Best whiskey ever!

My Dad has been drinking Irish whiskey and scotch whisky for over 40 years. He has tried them all from the cheap and cheerful to the extremely pricey. Took a punt on this since I had never heard of it and he said it the best he has ever tasted - high praise indeed! About to buy another three bottles for Xmas presents.

3rd December 2018

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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