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The Sexton Single Malt

(70cl, 40%)

The Sexton Single Malt

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The Sexton Single Malt Bottling Note

The creation of master blender Alex Thomas, The Sexton Single Malt Irish whiskey is made from 100% Irish malted barley, triple distilled in copper pot stills. After, the liquid is aged in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks imparting a rich and fruity character. It comes in a rather eye-catching hexagonal bottle, too.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich aromas of nuts, marzipan and dark chocolate with a pinch of spice.

Palate: Dried fruit followed by honeycomb sweetness, apricots, lemon zest, prunes and oak spice.

Finish: Woody on the finish, with honeyed sweetness coming through.

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Sexton Single Malt Reviews


If you enjoy a sherry oaked dram you'll enjoy this. The tasting notes are spot on. Open with a tiny splash of water.

25th December 2019

Not bad at all

Got a bottle at an absolute bargain. £23. Not bad at all. Definitely reminiscent of bushmills which is heavily rumoured to be what this drop actually is. Loads of honey sweetness, bags of sherry on the finish and surprisingly complex for a whiskey with no age statement. Supposedly 4 years. I would drink on the regular at this price. Great stuff.

21st December 2019

A satisfying dram without a doubt!

This is a good (perhaps a little more than good) whisky for the price. It has a beautiful nose. I am not sure what a couple reviewers on here were smoking .. perhaps they dont understand whisky. The nose, especially when you dive into it and concentrate, is almost captivating. Most people dont understand whisky and just copy the things other people say, and/or try to play "connoisseur" with the tasting and nosing. This whisky has a very nice nose.

The arrival is a bit mysterious. You dont really know what to expect, it can go either way, fortunately it goes the right way, the way of build up into a beautiful big malty explosion of flavour in the mid palette.

The palette is rich in the mid, though kinda falls on the finish so you're reminded that you are indeed getting what you pay for ... in the finish. I love how people buy budget whiskies then review it as if it should be a high end whisky.

The finish is adequate, but does not live up to the brilliant explosion of malt and fruit and spice in the mid palette.

All in all, you are getting a great bank for buck with a very enjoyable Irish SINGLE MALT .. which, mind you, is a great .. if not ideal.. starter to a flight.

16th November 2019

Need an everyday whiskey? This is it.

Think of an Irish spring nestled into the hills. Fresh, aromatic, calming...this is none of that. To the nose, it isn't much. To the palate though, it's extremely smooth and has a good balance of dry yet still sweet. It's a good whiskey to drink heavy.

8th June 2019


This has a very unpleasant nose much like a heavy spirit grain whiskey pretty nasty stuff

4th June 2019

Good easy drinking Irish

Honey on the nose along with the traditional Irish whiskey aroma. There is some nuttiness there too. Palate has a slight sweetness, again expected with an Irish, with more of the honey but also some orchard fruits. Silky smooth but with a lightly spicy finish

1st June 2019



13th May 2019

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