Waterford The Cuvée Whiskey 70cl

Irish Whiskey • 70cl • 50%
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Waterford The Cuvée
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Country Irish Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Waterford Distillery

Waterford The Cuvée

A fantastic single malt Irish whisky from the Waterford Distillery, following on from its Single Farm Origin series, with further influence from the chateaux of France. The Cuvée brings together spirits from its Single Farm Origin series, allowing for the distillers to create a complex, layered, delicious expression. Immensely impressive stuff as ever from Waterford.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Earthy barley with hint of freshly baked bread and melting butter. Cooked orchard fruit, vanilla blossom, and lemon zest.

Palate More citrus, now slightly sweeter with grapefruit and orange. Honeyed cereals, caraway, and a subtle savoury hint of olive.

Finish Oily barley lingers on the finish.

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Reviews for Waterford The Cuvée
Overwhelming sulphur taste and smell
Found it has an overwhelming sulphur smell and taste. I was looking forward to this after seeing all that goes into making whiskey at Waterford but was sadly let down.
Darren P , United Kingdom
one year ago
Fantastic, high value session dram
Fantastic, high value session dram. Complex, chewy and fragrant - probably my favourite Waterford to date.
Jon , United Kingdom
one year ago
A little sweet and sour
Light apple juice in colour, the overwhelming smell on first nosing is a yeasty bread like cookie dough smell. This combines with a lemon vanilla sensation, like lemon meringue pie - zesty but sweet. If you really get your nose in it tingles like sherbet.

Very fresh in the mouth, the citrus amplifies with the vanilla, making for a sweet and sour sensation. It's not especially spicy, but there is a sour candy type experience which makes your mouth curl up a bit.

The finish is a little unpleasant, that sourness remains with a little honey and the yeast taste.
Steven L , United Kingdom
one year ago