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Dingle Single Malt - Batch No.4

(70cl, 46.5%)

Dingle Single Malt - Batch No.4

Dingle Single Malt No.4 Bottling Note

Batch number four of Dingle Irish whiskey is here! Produced over in south-west Ireland, the single malt has been drawn from a combination of bourbon, sherry and Port casks. The marriage of casks is a harmonious one, with generous helpings of dried fruit and vanilla. Just 2,000 bottles of this whiskey were produced.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: A creamy mixture of chocolate and vanilla alongside sherried dried fruit and toffee.

Palate: A distinct winey note, with more vanilla, oak, dried apricot and sultanas with a good helping of malt.

Finish: Gingersnap biscuits, dark chocolate and a hint of refreshing citrus.

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Dingle Single Malt - Batch No.4 Reviews

Good quality barrels work in harmony with young distillate

Shows you, different people different palates. I am not reluctant to try young whiskies, and this time I wasn't disappointed. This whiskey is full of taste, yes you can tell it's young but boy oh boy, the sherry barrels work beautifully here. I say it's more than 5 years old, you still get zesty notes but they work. And it is not hot by my standards, even without water. 5/5

24th February 2020

Overpriced, HOT and YOUNG!

HOT! Something has gone wrong in the ageing (or lack there of) of this whiskey. It is a massive disappointment considering the success of previous small batches. Also at 30,000 bottles, Dingle have some cheek to call this "small batch" and "artisan". They're marketers are driving up the price of this dreadful malt.

30th September 2019

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