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Slane Irish Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Slane Irish Whiskey

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Slane Irish Whiskey Bottling Note

Slane Castle is one of Ireland’s most famous locations, known for its rich history and huge gigs featuring some of the biggest musical acts of all time, such as The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Queen, U2, Bob Dylan, and David Bowie. The site just outside Dublin is also home to a distillery, where the family of the castle’s owner Earl of Mountcharles makes Slane Irish Whiskey. This triple distilled blend of single malt and single grain whiskeys which are divided and matured in no less than three casks: virgin oak casks, seasoned casks (which previously contained Tennessee whiskey and bourbon), and oloroso sherry casks. These individual blends are then married together before being bottled, with that mellow, sweet, and approachable profile so often associated with Irish whiskey.

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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

Where in South Africa love it

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13th March 2023

My favorite Irish whiskey!

I am not a single malt person, and previously my favorite was Ballantines blended Scotch. While in Ireland at a pub, I had a taste of Slane from a friendly guy at our booth. On the way home, I spotted it at the Dublin airport, but I passed it up. It was not easy to find over here in WA state, but I found it in Oregon. I drink it neat with just a dash of water.

4th March 2023

Banger for the buck

Decent drop, but for the price it’s pretty damn good. Excellent even. Exit stage left

4th March 2023


Good whisky for the price got this for Xmas smooth great taste usually drink black bush will get another for the cabinet

27th December 2022

Superb !

Wonderful whiskey at an unbelievable price !

31st October 2022


Tried this for a change from my usual malt whisky. I've had some bottles of Irish whiskey before - Redbreast, Bushmills, Jamesons Crested and the like - but this was my first Slane. To be honest, it was a bit of a disappointment in that it was a bit rough and lacking in any real flavour. So, not for me and not to be bought again but, as I always say, each to their own.

27th July 2022


Cracking tipple for the price. Extremely smooth

15th July 2022


How can something so cheap taste so good! This is up there with redbreast..... Whiskey snobs will call me crazy but its true. Sweet, with a touch of spice and no burn. Such an easy drinker.

7th April 2022

Amazing whiskey for the money

This is an amazing whiskey for the money. It is a smooth and well-rounded whiskey and extremely moreish. It has a buttery, taste with honey and sherry. Wonderful!

1st April 2022

Great value

Great value bottle. Real depth and roundness of flavour that is hard to find at this price level. A distinct alternative to Scottish whiskey.

30th March 2022

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