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The Silkie Irish Whiskey (40%)

(70cl, 40%)

The Silkie Irish Whiskey (40%)

The Silkie (40%) Bottling Note

Named for a mythological shape-shifting creature said to transform into irresistible human-like beings, The Silkie is a blended Irish whiskey from Sliabh Liag in County Donegal, Ireland. This fabled inspiration doesn't simply end at the name - the whiskey itself is an attractive expression boasting notes of fresh fruit, stroopwafel and stem ginger.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Apricot, white grape, clotted cream and buttered hot cross buns.

Palate: Runny honey, chocolate digestives, a hint of spicy fruit cake.

Finish: Caramel sticks around on the finish for a good long while.

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Silkie Irish Whiskey (40%) Reviews

Outstanding blend

Outstanding. Best blend on the market. If you haven’t tried this one, you are missing out. Just wow!

10th November 2019

Not what it says on the tin.

Its disappointing in so much that the labeling all points to the fact that it's a Whiskey made in Donegal when in fact they haven't even got an operational distillery yet.

The whiskey itself it nothing but a bog standard Cooley whiskey that is simply bland.

9th November 2019

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