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Tyrconnell 15 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Tyrconnell 15 Year Old

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Tyrconnell 15 Year Old Bottling Note

A 15 year old Tyrconnell, this Irish single malt is produced at the Cooley distillery and matured in American oak.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sweet grains and subtle bourbon – impeccably Irish. A little raspberry, vanilla.

Palate: Creamy, sweet spices (cinnamon and vanilla), strawberry milkshake

Finish: Slightly woody, big on sweet American oak…

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Tyrconnell 15 Year Old Reviews

Dan, Lincoln

I am new in the world of whiskeys and read that Irish whiskey is often good for newcomers as it is less challenging and robust than other whiskeys. This is certainly true of this 15 year old. It was both smooth and light, a real pleasure to drink. The flavours were subtle, i tasted a nice sweetness in the palate though which I can only describe as fresh.

I'd definitely recommend it to anyone, especially newbies like myself.

30th September 2010

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