Tipperary Watershed Whiskey 70cl

Irish Whiskey • 70cl • 47%
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Tipperary Watershed
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Country Irish Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Tipperary
Maturation Bourbon

Tipperary Watershed

Watershed single malt Irish whiskey is bottled and released by Tipperary Boutique Distillery Company Ltd (their own distillery is on the way - keep your ears to the ground for news on that!). Each batch is drawn from a selection of six first-fill bourbon casks and bottled at 47% ABV.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Buttered bread, mango chutney, turmeric.

Palate Raisins and sultanas, with hints of cinnamon and brown sugar underneath.

Finish Rather long indeed, with white chocolate and more brown sugar lasting.

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Tipperary Watershed
Another distinctly average new Irish Whiskey
There seems to be so many new Irish Whiskey brands around at the moment so after getting myself a mixed sample set of some from MOM i have to say i am underwhelmed by the majority of them. They all seem to taste like they have been sourced from the same distillery who have provided young and raw tasting grain, malt and pot still. Think i will stick to the established and proven brands until some of these new ones come of age and start producing their own liquid and there is a danger that this new dawn of Irish whiskey is a false one until something a little more exciting comes along. So sorry Tipperary/Hyde/Quiet man/Egan's/West Cork i will be staying with the Midleton, Teeling and Bushmills for my Irish for now! seems only Waterford have approached things from a different angle and actually released liquid of their own instead of just repackaging the same old Cooley stock?
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Very nice little dram. Not complex at all, but well-balanced. Tropical fruit at the fore on the nose. Stollen and honey and black pepper on the palate. Long finish, where the sweetness comes back to the fore. Reminds me of Cragganmore.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago