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Did the Irish invent whisky? I don't really know for sure. But I do know they're pretty good at this game and this peated Connemara is an example of that.
The delicate honey and sugarcane nose is quite fresh and wafts lazily over the smoky peat on the bottom. Sway it gently and up comes a zing of bright lemon. Very playful.
You know the distiller has done his job when the nose is in sync with the delivery. The honey, sugarcane and lemon on the palate are testament to that!
The minty medium finish is a touch on the shorter side but over all this is quite a pleasant dram.