Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey 70cl

Irish Whiskey • 70cl • 43%
Product details
Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey
£34.90
In stock, get it Tue 27th
Country Irish Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Tyrconnell

Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey

Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey has had a redesign, complete with a stylish new label and a bumped-up ABV of 43% (compared to the original's 40%). It remains a satisfying Irish single malt whiskey, packed to the brim with vanilla and honey notes.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Melted butter, honeyed cereal and a touch of orange pith.

Palate Rich vanilla and soft fudge, with a touch of granary toast underneath.

Finish Lingering nutmeg spiciness and a touch of drying oak.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Gold
Gold
Irish Whisky - Single Malt - 2019
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey
Aah
I love Irish whiskeys, they are usually sweet and easy to drink, Tyrconnell is not so sweet as most others and considerably more citrusy. No harshness at all, a lovely drink.
Chris , United Kingdom
2 months ago
Smooth
Very tasty, smooth as they come and gentle on the throat
Donald o , United Kingdom
3 months ago
SMOOTH AS SILK
Always a pleasurable drink, soft on the pallet from start to finish.
A smooth, yet rich flavour of vanilla that lingers with no after burn.
For those who think all whiskey burns the throat, you need to try these smooth Irish Whiskeys and you'll never stray far from a good Irish.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Well worth trying
Fruity and light ...really uplifting on the nose , tastes so sweet, that extra abv is a bonus, nice warmth on the finish , slight floral notes ...typically irish but incredibly elegant
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Fruity, honey, vanilla. Layers of sweetness. Well rounded, very pretty!
Before this, the only Irish Whiskeys I’ve tried were Jameson, and Bushmills 10 year Malt. Having enjoyed the Bushmills Single Malt, I got this without reading reviews. It’s been one hell of a pleasant surprise.

Nose: Fresh cut apple slices floating atop a creamy honey oat cereal, with a dash of vanilla.

Palate: instead of the burst of apple I was expecting, it’s milder, with a more pronounced honey and vanilla sweetness, that’s almost like frosted honey oat cereal sweet, without being too sugary. Follows up with with a very slight pepper spice. Absolutely no ethanol flavours to be found.

VERY pretty.

Irish C , Canada
2 years ago
Not your normal Irish. In a good way.
I don't do reviews because my taste buds are not yours, and I don't want to spend 5 hours with the English Dictionary coming up with superlatives to become a member of "that" club. But I thought I would take the time and effort to do one for this, because it's worth it.
I purchased this for my mate who loves Irish whiskey, so far I haven't really been bowled over, till this. My 1st smell of it was hedgerow. Floral, light with not hint of any industrial cleaning agents. And then the taste. Shut your eyes and remember honey on toast. It's not sweet at all and there isn't a single punchy flavour, but it coats your mouth, and you find yourself sucking your tongue for more. But for £30, shut up and take my money because I paid far more for a lot worse.
Nelly N , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Single malt
Splendid extremely smooth
Adam , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Old school Irish whiskey. A1
Many of the Irish whiskies leave you wanting more. This is, alongside the Glen Moray Elgin Classic, the best value out there period. As far as I know, Tyrconnel is Ireland's only double distilled whiskey and that gives it more kick than the normal. You can really taste the malted barley (of which this is 100%) and the casking, it is a delight, a surprisingly fantastic drink. 5 stars.
Matthew , Canada
3 years ago
July 26 2020
A very smooth and tasty whiskey worth a try at the price cheers
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Lost it when changed to 43%
I do not, for the life of me, understand why they changed the original recipe. It was the smoothest, tastiest whiskey, now it just tastes like a glorified Jameson.
Onur Z , Spain
3 years ago