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Writers Tears Double Oak

(70cl, 46%)

Writers Tears Double Oak

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Writers Tears Double Oak Bottling Note

Writers Tears Double Oak marries both single malt and single pot still whiskeys after a triple distillation, and is aged in both American oak from Kentucky and French oak Cognac casks from the French Allary Cooperage - the delicious result of a collaboration between the Walsh family and the Legaret family in Cognac, France.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Spiced and stewed orchard fruits, lots of sweet and earthy vanilla pod with a side of pear crumble.

Palate: Juicy white stone fruits, lychee and lemon peel with a hint of grape skin dryness.

Finish: Rich and aromatic spiced dark chocolate.

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Writers Tears Double Oak Reviews

Biscuity and tannic

Smells like biscotti or almondy biscuit.

Tastes a little like over-brewed tea.

21st December 2021

The great chocolatey taste!

Love the palette and finish, the ethanol hits hard on the nose and early on the palette. Letting it sit for a while before sipping works wonders and brings out the notes. Taste good when paired with chocolate desserts, delish!

27th May 2020

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