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Writers Tears Copper Pot Irish Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Writers Tears Copper Pot Irish Whiskey

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Writers Tears Copper Pot Bottling Note

Writers Tears is a light, sweet Irish whiskey made using a mix of single pot still and single malt whiskeys, resulting in oodles of honeyed, fruity notes. Wonderfully easy to drink, it would make for a great introduction to Irish whiskey for folks new to the spirit. (No writers were harmed in the making of this whiskey.)

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Soft and sweet with thick honey spread on granary toast. Hints of citrus peels.

Palate: Honey develops on the palate. Mellow notes of vanilla and golden malt. Green apple skin, caramel and a hint of oak.

Finish: Warming, sweet and long.

Overall: Very yummy Irish whiskey indeed.

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Writers Tears Copper Pot Irish Whiskey Reviews

Not at all bad….

Nice but tame. A plain vanilla whiskey.

18th December 2022

Buy it

This is a solid Irish whiskey. There are obviously better but for the price point this single copper pot traditional Irish can’t be beat. Pretty confused with some of the other reviews. Why would you compare this Irish whiskey with Johnnie Walker which is a scotch whiskey? They aren’t supposed to taste the same, they’re completely different styles of whiskey. Writer’s Tears is definitely a solid, true to taste, Irish Whiskey

22nd June 2022

Smooth pleasant butter candy dram.

Just opened the Xmas whisky santa free gift miniature. This is a pleasant very smooth sipping whisky. Butter candy, vanilla notes with mashed banana and biscotti flavours. Will be interesting to try the different variants, but definitely worth buying bottle of this.

2nd April 2022


Buy it. ..sip it ...enjoy it and
Love it

16th October 2021

Alright…..just about

Bit rough. Oily. Can get used to it. Different and for me sits between the Hankey Bs, JW Red and JW Black. There is a segment there and this is worth the price at that level.

27th August 2021

Instant hit

Very nice stuff. It's smooth but there's also a lot of depth of flavour, long finish and a bit of heat. Thumbs up

6th July 2021

Easy Drinking

Overall scent of circus/funfair - cotton candy caramel. Taste is vanilla and malty sweet. Long finish, nice and warm.

I'm no expert - this just how i found it.



10th February 2021

February 8 2021

This whiskey gets slot of good reviews it is smooth but I find it bland and boring their is a lot better Irish whiskeys out their this one not for me cheers

8th February 2021

simply excellent, evokes earlier days of Irish whisky manufacture

This is a mild-mannered gentle and tasty brew. Very tasty.
It will appeal greatly to non-lovers of peat and gasoline. Handy
to have in the drinks cupboard as will not go wrong with any palette
you are likely to invite around.

17th January 2021

Highly potable Irish whiskey

Impressed by this Irish whisky. I’m a big fan of Speyside and Islay scotches. This is a lovely, smooth alternative. I smelt orange from the bottle, but I’m told now that it’s Apple...

26th December 2020

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