Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey (40%) 70cl

Irish Whiskey • 70cl • 40%
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Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey (40%)
£32.33
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Country Irish Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Tyrconnell
Style Single Malt Whiskey

Tyrconnell Irish (40%)

A single malt Irish whiskey from the Cooley distillery, Tyrconnell is incredibly creamy and smooth.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Sweet and crisp with orchard fruits and a malty character. Oaked dryness and an oily note.

Palate Full and sweet with barley malt and hot buttered granary toast with honey.

Finish Dry and grassy with a little spice.

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Silver Outstanding
Silver Outstanding
Irish Whisky - Single Malt - 2014
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Silver
Silver
Single Malt Irish Whiskey - 2013
San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey (40%)
Musty, dirty and “peaty”
This is slightly peculiar as an Irish single malt. It has a pronounced musty “peatyness” to it. Otherwise a nice grainy Irish whisky with a subdued shortbread note and a touch of citrus. But in my personal reckoning I will remember this as the peaty Irish whisky. Overall experience is kinda dirty, messy, grainy, musty... interesting but I liked the delicious focus of Bushmills 10 year single malt much more in this price range.
John B , United States
3 years ago
Solid, smooth & subtle, great value
Good value. Smooth, easy to drink for even non-whiskey drinkers. A go-to.
Steven O , United States
3 years ago
Unique and light
Unique taste. Smoother than peated single malt scotches but still has a hint of the sour oaky flavor in the aftertaste. Still doesn’t beat the taste of red breast or green/yellow spot.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Simple but nice and fresh
I am quite a bit experienced and I can find lovable flavors in all single malts, no matter where they are from. I love the irish malts for their light and smootb freshness. I am not looking for aged complexity here. Tyrconnel is a wonderful light dran which is perfect when I am just looking for that. With it's wonderful fruity nose and the fruity, yet a bit dry palate (I don't taste anything burnt here) and a hint of almondy nuttiness in the finish, this dram delivers a simple but nice experience.
Felix , Germany
4 years ago
I would go for Connemara if I had to chose one of them
It's an easy drinking whiksey but it has a weird taste, the aftertaste is kinda like MasterOfMalt describes it but I can find no words for the taste, I don't know if I like it..
Tastes a bit artificial, I find alot of the same taste as in connemara peated, but with no peat.
Try this if you want to try something new, unique in it's own way.
I forgot to say that I kinda like the smell though.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Best Irish whiskey!
Tastes like honey and citrus. A light but excellent Irish for all who like them more than Scotch, so do I.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
A breath of fresh air
Simply a nice smelling and tasting light single malt whiskey. It all has the characteristics of a light Speyside whisky. Fruity, floral, honey, vanilla, cream and caramel. This reminds me of Cragganmore 12 but lighter in flavor and texture. This is the perfect whiskey for beginners because it is very smooth and inoffensive. It is almost like water smooth. Truly amazing for a young whiskey. For an experienced drinker like me, i enjoyed it a lot and a good change from drinking Highland, Speyside and Islay/Island Scotch whiskies.
Aris , Philippines
6 years ago
Very good for the money
The best Irish whiskey I had so far better than black bush
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Unoffensive. Unremarkable.
I found this to be a boringly unremarkable dram. I tried nosing and tasting immediately after the pour. I tried nosing and tasting after waits of 5, 10, 15, and 30 minutes. I tried it neat, with a few drops of water, with a half-teaspoon, with a goodly splash, even 50-50. I tried it on a little ice, I tried it on a lot of ice. I cannot point to anything bad about it but there is just no "there" there. It did not offend, it did not bite. It just went down the hatch, not particularly smooth, not particularly rough.
Perhaps I simply do not possess the nose and palate required to appreciate this stuff. For me, it gets one star. I will not be buying another bottle.
Fireboss6159 , United States
7 years ago
Dr
Usually tipple Jamesons. Tyrconnel was/is a delightful extension to my Irish tasting
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago