West Cork Glengarriff Series - Bog Oak Charred Cask Finish Whiskey 70cl

Irish Whiskey • 70cl • 43%
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West Cork Glengarriff Series - Bog Oak Charred Cask Finish
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Country Irish Whiskey
Distillery/Brand West Cork Distillers

West Cork Bog Oak Cask

One two of expressions from the initial launch of West Cork Distillers' Glengarriff Series, finished in casks which have been charred using fuel sources taken from the Glengarriff Forest in West Cork. Prior to this unique finishing, the Irish single malt whiskey was aged in Sherry casks. This particular expression was finished in casks charred with bog oak (using West Cork Distillers' bespoke charring device) for six months, then bottled at 43% ABV.

The other expression in the pair of initial Glengarriff Series releases is the Peat Charred Cask Finish whiskey - well worth checking out and comparing the two of them...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Smoky notes arrive first - a bit mezcal-esque in their approach. Hints of sultanas and green apple in the background.

Palate Drying spices, Frazzles, barley sugar and yellow plum.

Finish Lingering smokiness, joined by a touch of brown sugar.

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Reviews for West Cork Glengarriff Series - Bog Oak Charred Cask Finish
Very different. Worth a try
Grassy, cucumber like taste. Very different to regular oak.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Good for a bar drink or a conversation. If aged just a little longer prolly next level.
West cork oak bog oak charred cask:
Scent: fruit, smoke, herbs 10/10 so complex
Taste: cocoa, harsh fruit 7/10
Finish: hot and smokey 6/10
Mikel l C , United States
4 years ago