The Sexton Single Malt Whiskey 70cl

Irish Whiskey • 70cl • 40%
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The Sexton Single Malt
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Country Irish Whiskey
Distillery/Brand The Sexton
Style Single Malt Whiskey

The Sexton Single Malt

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.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

The Spirits Artwork and Bottle Design Awards - 2018
IWSC Design & Media Awards

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Reviews for The Sexton Single Malt
Much Different an Irish Than I'm Used To..
I bought a trial bottle of Sexton this week. It is richer and darker than I was review says more Scotch-like and I agree. It has a good taste and mouth feel. But on the two occasions I've sampled it, a dram (two ounce) per day, it's given me a dull headache and sleepy. Is it "boosted" with Everclear ? The bottle is unique, but is a sloppy pour resulting in drips down the side...I transferred the elixir into an empty Dimple bottle and put the Sexton on display above the cupboard
Patrick C , United States
5 months ago
More a Scotch
Pre-amble: All whiskey reviews are relative. I try to make use of the full 1 to 5 scale so that it actually has a purpose. My base 5 star is a Redbreast 12, if you rate it a 1 you are firstly a vodka drinker but more importantly you can skip this.

Difficult to place this whiskey, as it doesn't drink like an Irish. It's a coarser Aberlour 12, so it's more of a trad Scotch with the Aberlour notes.
Ancient G , United Kingdom
7 months ago
Incredible value
For the price point this really is a phenomenal whiskey. It tastes like it should be twice the price. The tasting notes are spot on and if you like toffee, Christmas-cake qualities in a whiskey, you can't go too far wrong with this. An easy, every day drop
Saul , United Kingdom
8 months ago
Laws of economics
There is a reason this whisky is so cheap.
It's because it is terrible.
One of the worst I have tried, but it's my own fault: I should have known.
Peter F , United Kingdom
8 months ago
Complex smooth and satisfying
Normally, I can tell you what I’m tasting. Here, there are so many different dimensions, it’s difficult to describe. I have warmth, dried fruit, leather, tobacco, and goodness knows what else.

This is really good stuff
Peter D , United Kingdom
9 months ago
Complex deep and gorgeous
I can’t begin to describe the range of tastes and smells this has. It is gentle, warm and immensely complex with fruit, nuts, leather and goodness knows what else in there.
Utterly delicious and satisfying.
Peter D , United Kingdom
10 months ago
good whiskey bad bottle
This just arrived in Virginia and it's a good one. However, the design of the bottle means it dribbles all over the bar top and not in the glass! A sinful waste.
David N N , United States
10 months ago
Lovely aroma of dark fruits and sherry.
One of the best and will definitely be returning to.
Paul , United Kingdom
one year ago
Very Quaffable
Extremely quaffable, quite sweet and chocolate tinged with traces of fruitiness.
stuart francis b , United Kingdom
one year ago
Many pleasant flavours
A great mix of flavours that work sell together. A bit of sweetness with some honey flavour and some woody bottom end taste.
Not too harsh to start with and then is a bit of a burner - it certainly can't be considered smooth - but it's the combination of flavours that make it a winner for me
Paul , United Kingdom
one year ago