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Titanic Distillers Premium Irish Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Titanic Distillers Premium Irish Whiskey
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Titanic Distillers Irish Bottling Note

From a brand whose distillery is actually in the Titanic Pump-House, the very site where the fabled ship was built in Belfast. Its signature bottling is a blend of Irish grain whiskey, triple-distilled malt, and peated spirit to create a well-rounded, versatile bottling that will taste good neat but can also be mixed with the best of them.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dry smoke whisps through pear drop sweetness and oaky vanilla.

Palate: Gentle on the palate, with plenty of honeyed grainy goodness, grassy peat, and some sweet gingery spice.

Finish: Pears and peat.

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Titanic Distillers Premium Irish Whiskey Reviews


Disappointed- they tried too hard with the peat flavour, it tastes a little musty rather than peaty to my palette. Obviously I drank it anyway!

5th January 2023

Very nice, different whisk(e)y

Creamy, smooth, sweet, VERY drinkable. Lacks the finish and punch of an older AS dram, but for the price it's a good Irish grain.

The peat -such as it has- is VERY subtle, I'd even go so far as to say it could be a good 'peat trainer' dram!

25th December 2022

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