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Titanic Distillers Premium Irish Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Titanic Distillers Premium Irish Whiskey

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.

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.

Reviews for Titanic Distillers Premium Irish Whiskey
An Excellent 1st Time Irish Whiskey
I bought this whiskey after watching the BBC TV programme about the docks & the distillery & thought I'd give the whiskey a try.
On the first couple of sips you get the peppery, smokey & peaty flavours coming through which reminded me of a Scottish Whisky which I forget the name.
After your palate gets used to those initial flavours the whiskey in my mind then mellows out & becomes very smooth & creamy.
I am very pleased with the whiskey & I've already ordered my 2nd bottle. Recommended 😋
David Wilson , United Kingdom
2 months ago
Pleasant surprise
Surprisingly good with slight smokiness
Conny C , Sweden
4 months ago
Well worth a bottle.
First sip gives a good Peat Smokeyness with a sweet honey tone to it.
Looking forward to the rest of the bottle
Duncan R , United Kingdom
5 months ago
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!
Jonathan G , United Kingdom
11 months ago
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!
Ali C , United Kingdom
one year ago

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