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Tullamore D.E.W. 14 Year Old Single Malt

(70cl, 41.3%)

Tullamore D.E.W. 14 Year Old Single Malt

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Tullamore D.E.W. 14yo Bottling Note

A 14 year old, triple distilled Irish single malt whiskey from the Tullamore DEW range, which has been finished in bourbon, Port, Madeira and Oloroso Sherry casks - an expression not often seen on these shores.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Zesty citrus, grilled pineapple and slowly building bourbon-y vanilla.

Palate: Big, creamy malt with loads of vanilla tannins. Ripe, sweet red grapes and a hint of poached apple.

Finish: Sherried sweetness carries on.

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Tullamore D.E.W. 14 Year Old Single Malt Reviews

4.3 out of 5... very fine whiskey.

My Sister gifted me this bottle of DEW 14 for my birthday. She knows that I like Malts and Pot still. My nose tells me that I'm going to like this whiskey. Wood and fruit on the nose. Peppery sweetness with a somewhat astringent after taste ( which I like). Good finish. Nice legs. This, IMHO, is a keeper. Thanks Sis, you done well.

5th November 2022

Great whiskey and at a good price

I love Irish whiskeys and some of them can be quite pricey and not always worth it. I bought a sample to test this one and I was delighted. This is a great price for a really smooth and very drinkable whiskey. If in doubt read the reviews on here and buy a sample first. I will definitely be buying a bottle of this one this winter :-)

4th November 2021

Very nice ..easy going down..not harsh. Bit of an oak flavor.

My neighbor gave me a bottle as an attempted bribe to go mushroom hunting in my forest. I hope he picks good ones.

23rd April 2021

Bold. Rich. Full of character.

I had a taste at a fast paced reception. Didn’t get to appreciate its breadth of character. Gave it a second chance tonight.

21st April 2018

Nose is fresh bourbon vanilla, warm on the pallet, creamy vanilla, finish is sherry bourbon pear

Totally enjoyed this. Smoother than the 15.

1st July 2017

Delicate, light, lightly smoky

+ very mild and easy
+ sweet, fruity and floral

+ mellow, coffee and florals
+ tiny bits of butterscotch
+ excellent hint of smoke

Texture and finish:
+ very very smooth and delicate texture
+ mildly thick and spicy on the tongue
- harsher as it sits
+ leaves a pleasant dry finish w hint of smokiness

28th May 2017

Nevada Camel

I got this in a sample size as a gift. I usually have a crock of Tullamore DEW around the house and was happy to get this. I tell you, the 14 year old single malt is so much more than than the standard DEW. More body, more flavor, more character, more everything. As "Do the D.E.W." said, it's to die for. Truly outstanding.

10th March 2017



5th October 2016

Do the D.E.W.

Our team of hearty Gaelic ex-pats brought their palates to the table and uncorked the Tully with a bit of apprehension and unbridled enthusiasm. Could this single malt ride on the same wave with the Redbreast and Black Bush, or would it flounder, just short of the mark set by the finest in Irish? After a fine tasting session, culminated in a breach of etiquette, the judges, to a man, agreed: "Tullamore 14 is to die for." Others can describe the single malt in terms of fragrance and hints of whatever.... our team just flat out tells you that this is top of the line and well worth the coin.

30th September 2016

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